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unit cost

n.
The cost per unit of a product.

unit cost

n
(Commerce) the actual cost of producing one article
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Noun1.unit cost - calculated cost for a given unit of a product
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
Translations

unit cost

n (Fin) → Stückkosten pl

unit cost

n (Industry) → costo unitario
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The new type of airplanes will replace older ones, pushing down unit costs by 20% due to lower fuel consumption and bigger seating capacity.
The country's industrial base was happy to oblige, as increased quantities meant reduced unit costs and increased profits.
The multi-bus unit costs $1400; radio antennas for data transmission from each machine range from $80 to $300.
The average unit costs for instruction break down as follows: $63.
While standard manufacturing output measures such as quality, response time, flexibility, and unit costs provide useful benchmarks for plants within the same or similar industry sectors, they are less useful for cross-sector comparisons.
One was a special seasonal rate which evened out the unit costs between summer (typically low unit cost for heating purposes) and winter (typically high cost).
The proposal shall contain competitive unit costs as the unit cost provided on the bid document shall be utilized to calculate the total cost per street.
Unit costs were 9% higher year-on-year due to increased fuel prices and sector length increased by 13%.
This report shows net instructional unit costs from fiscal year 1995 through fiscal year 2000.
However, in our fiscal agency operations, also nonpriced, there has been an increase in unit costs of 2.