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"priceless" in British English

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pricelessadjective

uk   us   /ˈpraɪs.ləs/
B2 A priceless ​object has such a high ​value, ​especially because it is ​rare, that the ​price of it cannot be ​calculated: A priceless ​collection of ​vases was ​destroyed.figurative Her ​knowledge and ​experience would make her a priceless (= ​extremelyuseful)asset to the ​team. informal extremelyfunny to ​see or ​hear: You should have ​seen the ​look on her ​face when I told her - it was priceless!
(Definition of priceless from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"priceless" in American English

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pricelessadjective

 us   /ˈprɑɪs·ləs/
more ​valuable than any ​amount of ​money; ​precious: He has a priceless ​collection of ​antiquesilver.
(Definition of priceless from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"priceless" in Business English

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pricelessadjective

uk   us   /ˈpraɪsləs/
used to describe something with such a high ​value that its ​price cannot be ​calculated, especially because it is rare: a priceless ​collection of modern ​works of art
used to describe a ​skill or ​quality that has a high ​value because it is very useful: Good ​financialadvice can be a priceless ​asset.
(Definition of priceless from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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