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Translation of "price" - English-Spanish dictionary

price

noun /prais/
the amount of money for which a thing is or can be bought or sold; the cost
precio
The price of the book was $10.
what one must give up or suffer in order to gain something
precio
Loss of freedom is often the price of success.
priceless adjective too valuable to have a price
que no tiene precio, inestimable
priceless jewels.
very funny
divertidísimo
a priceless story.
pricey adjective ( comparative pricier, superlative priciest) expensive
caro
pricey furniture.
at a price at a high price
a un precio alto, pagando bastante
We can get dinner at this hotel – at a price.
beyond/without price very precious
que no tiene precio
Good health is beyond price.
Translations of “price”
in Arabic سِعْر…
in Korean 가격…
in Malaysian harga…
in French prix…
in Turkish fiyat, bedel, karşılık…
in Italian prezzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 價格,價錢…
in Russian цена, жертва…
in Polish cena…
in Vietnamese giá cả, cái giá…
in Portuguese preço…
in Thai ราคา, ผลตอบแทน…
in German der Preis…
in Catalan preu…
in Japanese 値段, 価格…
in Indonesian harga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 价格,价钱…
(Definition of price from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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