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priceyadjective

us   /ˈprɑɪ·si/ comparative pricier, superlative priciest
expensive: That restaurant’s too pricey for me.
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priceyadjective

also pricy uk   /ˈpraɪsi/ us   informal
expensive: Rehiring, retraining, and tackling low morale is pricey. The homes we looked at were either too pricey or not worth the work it would take to fix them up.
(Definition of pricey from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pricey”
in Arabic غال…
in Korean 비싼…
in Portuguese caro, careiro, salgado…
in Catalan car…
in Japanese 値段が高い, 高価な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 价格高的,贵重的…
in Turkish pahalı…
in Russian дорогой, дорогостоящий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 價格高的,貴重的…
in Italian costoso, salato…
in Polish przydrogi…
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