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"price tag" in British English

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price tagnoun [C]

uk   /ˈpraɪs ˌtæɡ/  us   /ˈpraɪs ˌtæɡ/ (also price ticket)
a ​piece of ​paper with a ​price that is ​attached to a ​product, or the ​amount that something ​costs: How much is it? I can't ​find the ​pricetag. These ​suits have ​designernames and a ​priceticket to ​match.
(Definition of price tag from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"price tag" in American English

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price tagnoun [C]

 us   /ˈprɑɪs ˌtæɡ/
a ​piece of ​paperattached to something for ​sale that ​shows how much it ​costs, or the ​cost of something: The price tag for ​restoring the ​building will be around $150 million.
(Definition of price tag from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"price tag" in Business English

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price tagnoun [C]

uk   us  
COMMERCE a ​piece of ​paper or cardboard ​fixed to a ​product, showing its ​price: How much is it? There's no ​pricetag on it.
the ​amount that something ​costs, especially if it is a large ​amount of ​money: It has a ​pricetag of more than $200,000. They put a ​pricetag of $4.5 ​billion on the ​reconstruction of the ​damaged city. The new ​pensionarrangements come with a ​heftypricetag.
(Definition of price tag from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “price tag”
in Arabic بَطاقة السعر…
in Korean 가격표…
in Portuguese etiqueta (de preço)…
in Catalan etiqueta (del preu)…
in Japanese 値札…
in Chinese (Simplified) (挂在商品上的)价格标签, 价格…
in Turkish fiyat etiketi…
in Russian ценник…
in Chinese (Traditional) (掛在商品上的)價格標籤, 價格…
in Italian cartellino del prezzo…
in Polish cena, metka…
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