half-price

half-price

adj, adv
for half the normal price: children go half-price.
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Adv.1.half-price - for half the price; "she bought it half-price during the sale"
Translations

half-price

[ˈhɑːfˈpraɪs]
B. ADJ [ticket etc] → a mitad de precio

half-price

[ˌhɑːfˈpraɪs] adv & adja metà prezzo

half-price

بِنِصْفِ السِّعْر, نِصْفُ السِّعْر za poloviční cenu til halv pris zum halben Preis μισοτιμής a mitad de precio puoleen hintaan à moitié prix u pola cijene metà prezzo 半額で, 半額の 반값으로, 반값인 voor de helft van de prijs halvpris-, til halv pris po obniżonej cenie, za pół ceny pela metade do preço за полцены, полцены till halva priset ครึ่งราคา yarı fiyatı, yarı fiyatına nửa giá 半价, 半价的
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He therefore deposited the said half-price himself; for he was a very prudent lad, and so careful of his money, that he had laid up almost every penny which he had received from Mr Allworthy.
besides several compositions in prose, purporting to be dialogues between the Emperor of China and an oyster, or the Archbishop of Canterbury and a dissenter on the subject of church-rates, but all having the same moral, namely, that the reader must make haste to Jarley's, and that children and servants were admitted at half-price.
They say you have a hole in your left shoulder yourself, so I think Brom may give you a fire for half-price.
George was evidently of quite a different taste; for when he had taken wine enough, he went off to half-price at the play, to see Mr.
In the evening we went out for a walk in the streets, and went half-price to the Theatre; and next day we went to church at Westminster Abbey, and in the afternoon we walked in the Parks; and I wondered who shod all the horses there, and wished Joe did.
to undertake the whole charge of my own existence, that often, in going to Murdstone and Grinby's, of a morning, I could not resist the stale pastry put out for sale at half-price at the pastrycooks' doors, and spent in that the money I should have kept for my dinner.
In the sequel, half-a-dozen are caught up in a cloud of pipe-smoke that pervades the parlour of the Sol's Arms; two stroll to Hampstead; and four engage to go half-price to the play at night, and top up with oysters.
There is the salaried clerk--out of door, or in door, as the case may be--who devotes the major part of his thirty shillings a week to his Personal pleasure and adornments, repairs half-price to the Adelphi Theatre at least three times a week, dissipates majestically at the cider cellars afterwards, and is a dirty caricature of the fashion which expired six months ago.
Meanwhile, Waterstones has extended its half-price offer on several titles, including Jamie Oliver's Christmas cookbook at half price and Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run, also half price online.
It's Wild Card Wednesday - the first Wednesday of the month - when tickets to selected events at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts may be purchased at half-price.
50 to PS1 and Cif Ocean Floor Cleaner (1 litre) is half-price at PS1 instead of PS2.
ENJOY a half-price bonanza on baby products at Boots from nappies and wipes to some bath-time fun.