difference between 'precio' and 'coste' (in this context)
English translation: precio = price i.e. what is being charged for item, costo = cost, what has been paid for
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12:54 Oct 26, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Finance (general) / Recipe
Spanish term or phrase:difference between 'precio' and 'coste' (in this context)
These are two headings in a spreadsheet on what appears to be some kind of kitchen budget/forecast.
All the figures in the 'precio' column are higher than those in the 'coste' column.
Other columns include headings such as quantity/unit/ingredients.