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pric·ey

also pric·y  (prī′sē)
adj. pric·i·er, pric·i·est Informal
Expensive: a pricey restaurant.

pric′ey·ness n.
pric′i·ly adv.

pricey

(ˈpraɪsɪ) or

pricy

adj, pricier or priciest
an informal word for expensive

pric•ey

(ˈpraɪ si)

adj. pric•i•er, pric•i•est.
expensive or unduly expensive: a pricey wine.
[1930–35]
pric′ey•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pricey - 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"

pricey

pricy
adjective expensive, dear, steep (informal), costly, high-priced, exorbitant, over the odds (Brit. informal), extortionate Medical insurance is very pricey.
Translations
غَالٍغالي الثَّمَن
drahý
dyr
kallis
skup
dÿr
高価な
비싼
dyr
มีราคาสูง
đắt đỏ

pricey

[ˈpraɪsɪ] ADJ (pricier (compar) (priciest (superl))) (Brit) → carito, caro

pricey

[ˈpraɪsi] adjchérot inv

pricey

adj (inf)kostspielig; that’s a bit pricey!das ist ein bisschen happig (inf)

pricey

[ˈpraɪsɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (Brit) (fam) → caruccio/a

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.

pricey

غَالٍ drahý dyr teuer πολύτιμος caro, costoso kallis cher skup costoso 高価な 비싼 duur dyr drogi caro, custoso дорогой dyr มีราคาสูง pahalı đắt đỏ 昂贵的
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