high-priced


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high-priced

adj
costing more than the average

high′-priced′



adj.
expensive; costly.
[1785–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.high-priced - having a high price; "costly jewelry"; "high-priced merchandise"; "much too dear for my pocketbook"; "a pricey restaurant"
expensive - high in price or charging high prices; "expensive clothes"; "an expensive shop"

high-priced

adjective expensive, dear, costly high-priced luxuries such as smoked salmon and fillet steak

high-priced

adjective
Bringing a high price:
Translations

high-priced

[ˌhaɪˈpraɪst] ADJmuy caro
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Sommers bought two high-priced magazines such as she had been accustomed to read in the days when she had been accustomed to other pleasant things.
The portier also wrote down each day's journey and the nightly hotel on a piece of paper, and made our course so plain that we should never be able to get lost without high-priced outside help.
The FNR allocates almost 80% of its funds to procedures such as cardiac surgeries, organ transplants, hip prostheses and dialysis; 17% support the purchase of high-priced medication and 3% for the management of the fund, Ferreira informed in a dialogue with the Institutional Communication Secretariat.
"Provision of high-priced re-gasified liquefied natural gas (in place of domestically produced natural gas) will further add to the production cost and hamper export growth," said Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) Chairman Shaiq Jawed in a statement on Tuesday.
5 stalls have been suspended in Haideri Chowk Ramzan Bazaar for selling substandard, high-priced and unhygienic food in Sasta Ramzan Bazaars while 40 shopkeepers have been imposed fine of Rs.
Jacinto-Henares said PMI's current hurdles in the Philippine market could have been avoided if PMFTC agreed to the government's original proposal of adopting a unitary tax system, which aimed to remove the tax rate gap between low- and high-priced cigarette brands.
Initial analysis indicates consumers are trading down in the meat department from high-priced beef items to high-priced chicken or midpriced beef items.
For example, many low-priced products are actually quite good and many high-priced products are actually quite bad.
On behalf of North America, he said that volumes and margins are good for dealers, though they must work furiously to get their scrap "quickly into the market" rather than being caught with high-priced inventory.
During the energy crisis, EWEB intermittently sold surplus power to California and bought high-priced power to make up a shortfall caused by a severe drought.
With an economic recovery that benefits some, creating a ''new wealthy class,'' while others are still struggling, department stores and other retailers that sell high-priced luxury goods are doing a roaring trade, while convenience stores, popular with the young, are suffering sales drops.
In high-priced areas, where large proportions of home sales are beyond the loan limits for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (currently $333,700), the cost of fixed-rate loans is relatively high and the initial rate advantage provided by ARMs is relatively large.