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price·less

 (prīs′lĭs)
adj.
1. Of inestimable worth; invaluable.
2. Highly amusing, absurd, or odd: a priceless remark.

price′less·ly adv.
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priceless

(ˈpraɪslɪs)
adj
1. of inestimable worth; beyond valuation; invaluable
2. informal extremely amusing or ridiculous
ˈpricelessly adv
ˈpricelessness n
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price•less

(ˈpraɪs lɪs)

adj.
1. having a value beyond all price; invaluable; precious: a priceless artwork.
2. delightfully amusing or absurd: a priceless anecdote.
[1905–10]
price′less•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.priceless - having incalculable monetary, intellectual, or spiritual worth
valuable - having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange; "a valuable diamond"
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priceless

adjective valuable, expensive, precious, invaluable, rich, prized, dear, rare, treasured, costly, cherished, incomparable, irreplaceable, incalculable, inestimable, beyond price, worth a king's ransom, worth your or its weight in gold priceless works of art
valuable common, cheap, inexpensive, worthless, cheapo (informal)
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priceless

adjective
1. Of great value:
Idioms: beyond price, of great price.
2. Extremely funny:
Informal: killing, rich.
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Translations
لا يُقَدَّر بِثَمَن، ذو قيمةٍ عالِيَهمُضْحِك جِدا
legračníneocenitelný
ubetaleliguvurderlig
megbecsülhetetlen
óborganlegurómetanlegur
neprecenljiv
çok kıymetliçok komik/gülünçpaha biçilemez

priceless

[ˈpraɪslɪs] ADJ
1. [picture, jewel] → inestimable
2. (= amusing) → divertidísimo
it was priceless!¡fue para morirse de risa!
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priceless

[ˈpraɪsləs] adj
(= very valuable) [collection, treasure, jewel] → inestimable
(= very useful) → inestimable
(= amusing) → impayableprice list ntarifs mplprice point nniveau m de prixprice range ngamme f de prix
it's within my price range → c'est dans mes prixprice tag n
(= label) → étiquette f
(= asking price) → prix mprice war nguerre f des prix
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

priceless

adjunschätzbar, von unschätzbarem Wert; (inf: = amusing) joke, filmköstlich; personunbezahlbar; Amy, you are priceless! (inf: = amusing) → Amy, du bist wirklich zum Totlachen
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priceless

[ˈpraɪslɪs] adj (jewels, necklace) → di valore inestimabile (fam) (amusing) → impagabile, spassosissimo/a
friendship is priceless → l'amicizia è un bene inestimabile
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

price

(prais) noun
1. the amount of money for which a thing is or can be bought or sold; the cost. The price of the book was $10.
2. what one must give up or suffer in order to gain something. Loss of freedom is often the price of success.
verb
1. to mark a price on. I haven't priced these articles yet.
2. to find out the price of. He went into the furniture shop to price the beds.
ˈpriceless adjective
1. too valuable to have a price. priceless jewels.
2. very funny. a priceless story.
ˈpricey adjective
expensive.
at a price
at a high price. We can get dinner at this hotel – at a price.
beyond/without price
very precious. Good health is beyond price.
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References in classic literature ?
MY PRICELESS BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--What am I to say to you, now that all is over, and we are gradually returning to our old position?
One age followed another--and still, generation after generation, the successors of the three Brahmins watched their priceless Moonstone, night and day.
But as the priceless treasure too frequently hides at the bottom of a well, it needs some courage to dive for it, especially as he that does so will be likely to incur more scorn and obloquy for the mud and water into which he has ventured to plunge, than thanks for the jewel he procures; as, in like manner, she who undertakes the cleansing of a careless bachelor's apartment will be liable to more abuse for the dust she raises than commendation for the clearance she effects.
These things win me more than Italy's hundred galleries of priceless art treasures, because I can understand the one and am not competent to appreciate the other.
No gorgeous silks, no priceless furs lent life and colour to the cold marble and the gleaming ersite.
But for Perry and Ghak I should have leaped to the floor of the arena and shared whatever fate lay in store for this priceless treasure of the Stone Age.
He plunged his hands into them and let the priceless gems filter through his fingers.
The streets were full of people who had worked indoors all through the priceless day and had now come hungrily out to drink the muddy lees of it.
"A priceless man!" said the Countess Lidia Ivanovna.
The jewels which encircled her neck were priceless and dazzling; the soft material of her gown, the most delicate shade of sea green, seemed to foam about her feet, a wonderful triumph of allegoric dressmaking.
A graceful cradle of willow, with all its dainty furbishings, was laid upon the pyre, which had already been fed with the richness of a priceless layette.
My only food consisted of vegetable milk from the plants which gave so bounteously of this priceless fluid.