sunk cost

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sunk cost

Managed care
Costs in equipment, reagents and dedicated supplies that have already been incurred, which are not included in future budget or financial considerations. Sunk costs are typically lost when a technology becomes obsolete.

Psychology
A metaphorical term for the regret of having made a particular choice that resulted in a lost opportunity.
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