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Hi

Everything's possible,but at/for what cost OR for what price. Which is the most correct in your opinion "cost," "price" or both?

Thanks
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Depends on context but "at" is more commonly used with "cost" and "for" with "price". But this is not a "hard and fast" rule.

"He saved the dog but at the cost of his own life."

"He got the house painted for the price of a pint."
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Eimai_AnglosDepends on context but "at" is more commonly used with "cost" and "for" with "price". But this is not a "hard and fast" rule.

"He saved the dog but at the cost of his own life."

"He got the house painted for the price of a pint."

I see, thanks!