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They charge the same prices in all their restaurants.
The cameras range in price from $150 to over $600.
The price per person goes down for groups of more than ten people.
We can expect further increases in the price of electricity.
Oil was at its lowest price in 30 years.
For a limited period only, all our carpets are being sold at half price.
the high price of fame/success
They have paid a terrible price for ignoring the crisis for too long.
Lamont famously described high unemployment as ‘a price worth paying’ for economic stability.
For some of these young athletes, success comes at a heavy price.
She has fulfilled her dream, but at what price?
He just wants to win at any price.
She didn’t believe he would betray her at any price.
This is the British English definition of price. View American English definition of price.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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