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  • n  the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold)
    he puts a high price on his services
  • n  the amount of money needed to purchase something
    the price of gasoline
  • n  value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something
    the price of success is hard work
    what price glory?
  • n  the high value or worth of something
    her price is far above rubies
  • n  a monetary reward for helping to catch a criminal
    the cattle thief has a price on his head
  • n  cost of bribing someone
    they say that every politician has a price
  • n  United States operatic soprano (born 1927)
  • v  determine the price of
    The grocer priced his wares high
  • v  ascertain or learn the price of
    Have you priced personal computers lately?

  • KAREN BLEIER AFP Getty Just how would you raise prices if you were an oil supplier? Controlling the supply as in the 1973 OPEC embargo has become less effective with .
  • A combination of natural and human factors has driven up coffee and tea prices but there's always hot chocolate.
  • Oh, we'll roll back the prices, we'll save a barrel of man.
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  • Lee Myung-bak in
    Now things are different. North Korea will pay a price corresponding to its provocative acts,said President Lee.
  • Ben Bernanke in MarketWatch
    The challenges that the US economy has faced over the past year or so "have generated some downward pressures on the foreign exchange value of the dollar, which have contributed to the unwelcome rise in import prices and consumer price...
  • David Cameron in Globe and Mail
    We are paying a high price for keeping our country safe, for making our world a safer place,he said. "We are there because the Afghans are not yet ready to keep their own country safe and to keep terrorists and terrorist training camps out...

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