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English definition of “actual price”

actual price

noun [C]
 
 
FINANCE, COMMERCE
the price of a commodity (= a product such as oil, metal, grain, or coffee) that can be sold and delivered immediately: the actual price of sth To see the actual price of gold you have to look at what dealers are charging. → See also cash price, spot price
the price of something when costs such as taxes, interest, etc. are included: Leasing is a complicated option, and dealers in most states don't have to tell you the actual price you are paying for the car.
(Definition of actual price from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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