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Approximately; about.‘the cost would be in the neighborhood of three billion’
approximately, about, around, roughly, in the region of, of the order of, not far off, nearly, almost, close to, just about, practically, more or less, or so, there or thereabouts, as near as dammit toView synonyms
- ‘The cost for this should run in the neighbourhood of $160 to $200 thousand, which is about the same amount that pouring the floor would have cost.’
- ‘The cost of the clean-up will be in the neighbourhood of $14,000.’
- ‘I would expect now to see long-term returns run somewhat higher, in the neighbourhood of 7% after costs.’
- ‘Most hospital treatments cost in the neighborhood of $500.’
- ‘It will cost in the neighborhood of $750 million to put up new facilities to replace the Charity and University Hospitals.’
- ‘The machine should cost in the neighbourhood of $5,000 - $7,000.’
- ‘Renting an allocated server would cost in the neighborhood of $200 a month (a considerable step up from the current $5).’
- ‘Yeah, at this point, obviously, I think that they have had him now for somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 days, roughly.’
- ‘A formal focus group session with average voters can cost in the neighborhood of $4,000-5,000.’
- ‘A typical study takes four to six weeks to do properly, and costs in the neighborhood of $50,000 to $100,000.’
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