Synonyms of price
1 costDictionary • a sharp increase in the price of petrol • What's the price on that one?
cost • The cost of a loaf of bread has increased five-fold.
value • The value of his investment has risen by more than 100%.
rate • specially reduced rates
charge • We can arrange this for a small charge.
bill • They couldn't afford to pay the bills.
figure • It's hard to put a figure on the damage.
worth • The total worth of the Australian sharemarket is now close to $520 billion.
damage (informal) • What's the damage for these tickets?
estimate • This figure is five times the original estimate.
fee • How much will the solicitor's fee be?
expense • She has refurbished the whole place at vast expense.
assessment • inflated assessments of mortgaged property
expenditure • The government should reduce their expenditure on defence.
valuation • The valuations reflect prices at 1 April 1999.
outlay • Apart from the initial outlay, dishwashers can actually save you money.
2 consequencesDictionary • He's paying the price for pushing his body so hard.
penalty • The maximum penalty is 7 years' imprisonment.
cost • a man who always looks after `number one', whatever the cost to others
toll • Winter takes its toll on your health.
forfeit • That is the forfeit he must pay.
3 rewardDictionary • He is still at large despite the high price on his head.
reward • They last night offered a £10,000 reward.
bounty • They paid bounties for people to give up their weapons.
compensation • The present she left him was no compensation for her absence.
premium • Shareholders did not receive a premium on the price of their shares.
evaluateDictionary • The shares are priced at 330p.
evaluate • Trained nurses are required to evaluate the patients' individual needs.
value • I have had my jewellery valued for insurance purposes.
estimate • His personal riches were estimated at over £8 million.
rate • The film was rated excellent by 90 per cent of children.
assess • The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
put a price on
IDIOMS:▷ at any price
PROVERB:You don't get something for nothing
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assessWhen you assess a person, thing, or situation, you consider them in order to make a judgment about them.
• The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
size up (informal),
size up (informal),
assessmentAn assessment of the amount of money that something is worth or that should be paid is a calculation or estimate of the amount.
• inflated assessments of mortgaged property
billA bill is a written statement of money that you owe for goods or services.
• They couldn't afford to pay the bills.
Thesaurus for price from the Collins English Thesaurus
the sum in money or goods for which anything is or may be bought or sold