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a price: a cost, a value, a charge, a fee
Could you give me the price of this dress? How much does it cost?

to price: to value, to set or to determine a price or cost
Have you finished pricing the new line of products?
We sell reasonably-priced furniture. It's not too expensive.


  • "The US property market is currently suffering a credit crisis, making it attractive for Britons who cannot cope with the sky-high house prices at home."
  • "But my company has a number of concerns beyond price."
  • "You'll notice that our prices are very competitive."
  • "Special terms and conditions: Any stock that remains unsold six (6) months after the delivery date will be bought back in full by the Delavigne Corporation (at the same price as stated above) within ten (10) working days."
  • "I have taken the liberty of attaching the contact information of a consulting group which organizes Corporate Team-Building events at reasonable prices."
  • "
    Invoice n° Quantity Article Price per unit (USD) Payment due date
  • "Some are looking for holiday homes at prices they could not have hoped to pay a few years ago."
  • "' The kangaroo says, 'at these prices, I'm not surprised."
  • "With energy prices high, consumers are also reluctant to make costly trips to the shopping mall."
  • "My prices are so small you can barely see them."

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