outgo outgo  /ˈaʊt ˌɡoʊ/


  1. (n) money paid out; an amount spent
  2. (v) be or do something to a greater degree


  1. But over the same span, the outgo estimate has also crept upward by $1.
  2. Keeping income and outgo in their correct ledgers during Reagan's fund-raising tours may give his accountants ulcers and has prompted an almost continuous IRS audit.
  3. It is still true that industrialists must think in terms of income and outgo, in terms of sales revenue and costs.


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  1. "The outgo for fiscal 2009-10 will be Rs 5,149 crore. For the 14 months from January, the outgo will be Rs 6,020," Chidambaram added.
    on Feb 25, 2009 By: P Chidambaram Source: Hindustan Times

  2. "We are looking at making both these refineries export-oriented, so that we can lower our net outgo of foreign exchange by exporting fuels," Aiyar said.
    on Apr 3, 2005 By: Mani Shankar Aiyar Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The Free Foreign Exchange (FFE) cash outgo that include amount spent on import of revenue and capital procurement is Rs 12,101.49 crore, Rs 10,022 crore and Rs 15,026.68 crore in the financial years 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 respectively,"...
    on Feb 25, 2009 By: AK Antony Source: SamayLive

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