factor sth in


factor sth in
UK US factor sth in
Phrasal Verb with factor({{}}/ˈfæktər/ verb [T]
(also factor sth into sth)
to include or consider a particular fact when you are planning or calculating something: »

Her salary is not that high when childcare costs and medical insurance are factored in.

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Are increases in mortgage repayments factored into the calculation of the cost of living index?


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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