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trigger price (ˈtrɪɡə praɪs) 



  1. if a commodity reaches a trigger price, its price, or the conditions governing its sale are changed; a price at which certain consequences ensue   ⇒ Unfortunately, the trigger price was set so high as to make a rebate all but impossible.

Example Sentences Including 'trigger price'

A sharp drop in the volume of house sales could trigger price cuts, says Robert Winnett
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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