price


price
I
n.

1) to fix, set a price

2) to hike (AE; colloq.), increase, mark up, raise prices

3) to freeze; hold down, keep down; maintain prices

4) to pay a price

5) to place, put a price on smt.; to quote a price

6) bring, command, fetch, get a price (icons bring a high price)

7) to bring down prices; to undercut (smb.'s) prices (the latest news brought down oil prices)

8) to cut, lower, mark down, reduce, roll back, slash prices

9) an exorbitant, high, inflated, outrageous, prohibitive, steep, stiff price

10) an attractive, bargain, fair, low, moderate, popular, reasonable, reduced price

11) an asking; buying, purchase; discount; going; list; market; reduced; regular; resale; retail; sale; selling; unit; wholesale price

12) (at an auction) a reserve (esp. BE), upset (esp. AE) price

13) prices drop, fall, go down, slump

14) prices go up, rise, shoot up, skyrocket

15) a price for (to pay an exorbitant price for smt.)

16) at a certain price (to sell merchandise at reduced prices)

17) (misc.) what price an economic recovery now? (BE) ('what are the chances of an economic recovery now?'); what price glory if you die in the trenches? (BE) ('what is the good of glory if you die in the trenches?'); to place a price on smb.'s head ('to post a reward for apprehending or killing smb.')

II

v. (D; refl., tr.) to price out of (they priced themselves out of the market)

* * *
[praɪs]
hold down
inflated
keep down
maintain prices
mark down
mark up
prohibitive
put a price on smt.
raise prices
reduced price
regular
resale
roll back
set a price
shoot up
skyrocket
slash prices
steep
stiff price
to quote a price
upset (esp. AE) price
wholesale price
to place a price on smb. 's head ('to post a reward for apprehending or killing smb. ')
what price glory if you die in the trenches? ('what is the good of glory if you die in the trenches?'; BE)
get a price (icons bring a high price)
to undercut (smb. 's) prices (the latest news brought down oil prices)
an asking
an attractive
an exorbitant
to bring down prices
to cut
to fix
to freeze
to pay a price
to place
prices drop
prices go up
(misc.) what price an economic recovery now? ('what are the chances of an economic recovery now?'; BE)
to hike (AE;colloq.)
(at an auction) a reserve (esp. BE)
(D; refl., tr.) to price out of (they priced themselves out of the market)
a price for (to pay an exorbitant price for smt.)
at a certain price (to sell merchandise at reduced prices)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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