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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.

priceless

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

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.
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"

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)

priceless

adjective
1. Of great value:
Idioms: beyond price, of great price.
2. Extremely funny:
Informal: killing, rich.
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!

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

priceless

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

priceless

[ˈpraɪslɪs] adj (jewels, necklace) → di valore inestimabile (fam) (amusing) → impagabile, spassosissimo/a
friendship is priceless → l'amicizia è un bene inestimabile

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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For good reason, that old rascal's lips are sealed on the subject of Billy's sires' demise--although there's always the chance his vindictive mother, an evil old hag pricelessly played by June Watson, might spill the beans.
A heterosexual kiss would have been more pricelessly surprising.
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Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna make a pricelessly funny pair of brothers in this brilliant indie comedy.