Definition of 'price'
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There is a price on his head and suggestions he would be done at prayers. The Sun (2016)The devaluation of sterling since may push prices higher. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Prices are fixed by the government and cannot be raised above a certain limit. The Sun (2016)It appears to have been energised by recent rises in oil prices and potential for further hikes. The Sun (2016)The price is also competitive because the elements of the system are bundled. Computing (2010)Drivers are being hit with the most expensive petrol prices in more than two years. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Retailers have had no choice but to reflect these dramatic increases in the prices they charge at the pumps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What will happen to house prices? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The property has to be priced at less than 600,000. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This may be because they feel they have to work harder to pay off the higher prices. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They offer a much wider investment choice at a comparable price. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Prices are per person for two people sharing a standard room on the board basis shown. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Current shareholders fear that the issue of additional equity may depress prices further. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Critics warn they are fuelling house price. The Sun (2014)All prices are fixed and no bargaining is required. Collins Traveller, Brittany (1993)Why has the oil price risen so much? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You must make sure that competitive pricing earns sufficient returns for your business. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The results show a huge increase in pricing across many cities. The Sun (2013)The prices of various things have been revised in various years and are therefore incompatible. Inside Perestroika: The Future of the Soviet Economy (1990)Whether consumers benefit depends entirely on whether shops decide to reduce their prices by that amount. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They cost twice the price of an apple. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)Nor is there any evidence that the price of petrol at the pumps has been affected. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Both are about half the price they were a year ago. Times, Sunday Times (2015)One of their trainees could do your treatments at half the normal price or less. The Sun (2013)The price you pay is having to give up your anonymity. The Sun (2014)That alone is worth the ticket price. The Sun (2014)It paid a high price for it. A Social History of Modern Spain (1991)These were caused by the raising of prices without comparable wage increases. Twentieth Century History - Basic Facts (1985)Prices are per person for two people sharing a luxury room. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The deepening slump in house prices continues to be a key factor in undermining growth and future prospects. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Be sure your lover and the relationship is going to be worth the price you both may have to pay. The Sun (2009)Regulation needs to be relaxed except for fixing the price of a second-class stamp. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet a recovery in asset values and oil prices from the second half of last year has given sovereign wealth funds considerably more firepower. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'price'
British English: price /praɪs/ NOUN
The price of something is the amount of money that you must pay to buy it.
House prices have risen in this area.
- American English: price
- Arabic: سِعْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: preço
- Chinese: 价格
- Croatian: cijena
- Czech: cena
- Danish: pris beløb
- Dutch: prijs wat iets kost
- European Spanish: precio
- Finnish: hinta tuotteen hinta
- French: prix coût
- German: Preis Kosten
- Greek: τιμή αντίτιμο
- Italian: prezzo
- Japanese: 価格
- Korean: 가격
- Norwegian: pris
- Polish: cena
- European Portuguese: preço
- Romanian: preț
- Russian: цена
- Spanish: precio
- Swedish: pris varupris
- Thai: ราคา
- Turkish: fiyat
- Ukrainian: ціна
- Vietnamese: giá tiền
Definition of price from the Collins English Dictionary
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