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exorbitant

adjective uk   /ɪɡˈzɔː.bɪ.tənt/ us    /-ˈzːɔr.bə.t̬ənt/
Exorbitant prices, demands, etc. are much too large: The bill for dinner was exorbitant.
Translations of “exorbitant”
in Korean 터무니 없는…
in Arabic باهِظ…
in French exorbitant…
in Turkish fahiş, aşırı yüksek, (fiyatlar) el yakan…
in Italian esorbitante…
in Chinese (Traditional) (價格、要求等)過分的,過高的,離譜的…
in Russian непомерный…
in Polish wygórowany, zawyżony…
in Spanish exorbitante…
in Portuguese exorbitante…
in German maßlos…
in Catalan exorbitant…
in Japanese 法外な…
in Chinese (Simplified) (价格、要求等)过分的,过高的,离谱的…
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