spends, 3rd person singular present; spending, present participle; spent, past tense; spent, past participle;
Pay out (money) in buying or hiring goods or services
the firm has spent $100,000 on hardware and software
Pay out (money) for a particular person's benefit or for the improvement of something
the college spent $140 on each of its students
Used to show the activity in which someone is engaged or the place where they are living over a period of time
she spent a lot of time traveling
Use or give out the whole of; exhaust
she couldn't buy any more because she had already spent her money
the initial surge of interest had spent itself
the act of spending or disbursing money
outgo: money paid out; an amount spent
(spend) pass time in a specific way; "how are you spending your summer vacation?"
pay out; "spend money"
spend completely; "I spend my pocket money in two days"
(spent) exhausted: depleted of energy, force, or strength; "impossible to grow tobacco on the exhausted soil"; "the exhausted food sources"; "exhausted oil wells"
(spent) exhausted: drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted; "the day's shopping left her exhausted"; "he went to bed dog-tired"; "was fagged and sweaty"; "the trembling of his played out limbs"; "felt completely washed-out"; "only worn-out horses and cattle"; " ...
Consumption is a common concept in economics, and gives rise to derived concepts such as consumer debt. Generally, consumption is defined in part by opposition to production. But the precise definition can vary because different schools of economists define production quite differently. ...
(Spent (band)) Spent was an American Indie Rock band from Jersey City, New Jersey consisting of singer/guitarist John King, guitarist/singer/keyboardist Annie Hayden, bassist/occasional vocalist Joe Weston and drummer Ed Radich.
(spend) amount spent (during a period); a childish term for money or pocket money; Discharged semen; to consume, to use, to exhaust
(Spend) the total amount that you paid on your Facebook Advertising.
(spend) from Greek sponde', libation, offering. Important derivatives are: sponsor, spouse, respond. To make an offering, perform a rite, hence to engage oneself by a ritual act; to make a solemn promise, pledge, betroth. [Pokorny 989.]
(spent) An industry term for egg-laying (battery) hens and dairy cows whose egg and milk production has declined enough that they are no longer profitable. Spent hens and cows are sent to slaughter at a fraction of their natural lifespan.
(Spent) Descriptive of late adult stage, abler eggs have been deposited.
(Spent) Flowers leaves and bulbs of plants that have completes their cycle.
(Spent) Gonad condition after spawning, flattened and flaccid, most gametes already expelled.
(Spent) In shooting, a cartridge or component thereof that has been fired.
(Spent) Last but not least, spent refers to the amount you spent during a selected time period.
(Spent) Money that has actually left the government’s bank account and entered the economy.
(Spent) Tobacco that has fermented at too high a temperature or for too long, and which has lost its flavor.
(Spent) fuel: Used fuel assemblies removed from a reactor after several years use and treated as waste.
using your money to buy products or services.
used to supplement the shopping instinct in a 4/3ian.