When the verb cost means to be priced at or to cause loss or expenditure, it is
uninflected in the past tense and as a past participle. For example, we might say
Jan 9, 2008 ... I've noticed that my spell check doesn't like the word, "costed". I normally have
excellent grammar, so this is driving me nuts. Here's an example ...
Irregular verb definition for 'to Cost', including the base form, past simple, past
participle, 3rd person singular, present participle / gerund.
Plain form cost. Third person singular costs. Simple past cost. Past participle cost.
Present participle costing. (transitive & intransitive)When you say that a thing ...
English verb cost conjugated in all tenses. ... Infinitive: to cost. Participle: cost.
Gerund: costing ... Past. I cost you cost he cost we cost you cost they cost ...
is used for the past tense and past participle. ... Good food need not cost a fortune
(= cost a lot of money). cost somebody something The meal cost us about £40.
costed is not correct as the past of cost. It's cost. CJ. Veteran Member69,904 ...
You are right so say "It cost me this much". ... Inflected Form(s): cost; cost·ing
Nov 3, 2006 ... "past cost·ed : to estimate or set the cost of -- often used with out" Or from another
site: "past tense and past particple costed To estimate or ...
Answer. The past tense of cost is cost. ... What is the Armenian word for cost?
What is the Azerbaijani word for cost? What is the Basque word for cost? What is
to estimate or determine the cost of (manufactured articles, new processes, etc.)
... Verb phrases, past and past participle costed or cost; present participle costing