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At any cost vs At any price

at any costregardless of how much effort or sacrifice is needed:

  • In plain English, it is murder, and it must be stopped at any cost.

at any price

1. = at any cost:

  • Peace at any price will not be a long peace. There will be more price to pay, over and over again.

2. (negat.) is used to state that under no circumstances will one accept or do smth.:

  • I’m going to leave you. I can’t stand my father-in-law at any price.