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big-ticket

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌbɪɡˈtɪk.ɪt/ mainly US us  
Big-ticket things are things that are expensive to buy, such as cars or furniture.
Translations of “big-ticket”
in Chinese (Traditional) 昂貴的…
in Russian дорогостоящий…
in Turkish araba, mobilya gibi pahalı şeyler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 昂贵的…
in Polish drogi…
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