Definition of Spend
an amount of money paid for a particular purpose or over a particular period of time.
They will also downsize their operations and cut back on both capital and advertising spend .
pay out (money) in buying or hiring goods or services.
It's not just a matter of how much money you spend on a film.
Example of Spend
‘They spend a lot of time with Bradley and I just filled up when they told me what they were doing,’ she said.
A driver without a resident's pass wanting to spend three hours in Piccadilly car park must find £6 in coins.
A man may spend his money on attending a concert or hiring a lawyer, for example, as well as on food or automobiles.
Advertising spend all but dried up over July and August.
At the same time, credit card companies and hire purchase outfits are queuing up to let us spend money we don't have yet.
Being a board member of our local animal shelter, I know that much of the money we spend on vet services goes to vaccinations.
Corporate America's reluctance to spend and hire has been the biggest drag on this lackluster recovery.
He suggests that a club owner spend the extra money to hire an accountant to formally close the books at the end of the year.
I'd spend whatever money I had to hire investigators to come down, to follow people, to look at every lead they have.
If you do not want to spend the money on a tiller, you can hire someone or rent a tiller.