incur expense

See: spend
References in classic literature ?
There were some who accused him of lukewarmness in his adopted religion, and others who put it down to greed of wealth and reluctance to incur expense.
And it is well worthwhile, I venture to think, for the Minister who is responsible to run some risks of broken heads or broken windows, to incur expense and an amount of inconvenience in the police arrangements, and to accept direct responsibility in order that the shedding of British blood by British soldiers may be averted, as, thank God, it has been successfully averted in South Wales.
75B broadcaster relocation fund, primarily for broadcast stations forced to move but also for MVPDs that incur expense in providing continued carriage of a moving station.
Although this work may sometimes incur expense, we are careful to ensure value for money and we monitor spend closely.
The image of disabled people confined to wheelchairs adds to the problem, with employers becoming concerned that if they do take on someone with a disability their business will incur expense and inconvenience.
Even if you have no expenses today, we encourage you to apply now in case you incur expenses in the future OCJP Director Bill Scollon said.
Government has to incur expenses over Rs 5 million on convening one meeting of PAC.
Government has to incur expenses of Rs 100 million on account of payment of salaries to those who are appointed in place of retried employees every year.
In his earlier narration on Facebook, Fortun, who is currently stuck in Saigon and continues to incur expenses with his family there, said he received an email from Cebu Pacific that Manila was a no-fly zone from 6 a.
This exception deals with taxpayers that pay or incur expenses under a "reimbursement or other expense allowance arrangement.
Besides, COAI wants the government to incur expenses for installing the system.