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firm pricenoun [C]

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FINANCE a price that has been arranged and that will not change: While the mall's owners have put no firm price on the expansion, they have said it will reach at least $1 billion.
COMMERCE, FINANCE a price that is not going down and may go up: Firm prices and strong demand for gypsum products led to a 25% increase in operating profit.
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