price

/praɪs/ noun
money which has to be paid to buy something
asking price price which the seller is hoping to be paid for the item when it is sold
competitive price a low price aimed to compete with a rival product
to sell goods off at half price to sell goods at half the price at which they were being sold before
cars in the £18–19,000 price range cars of different makes, selling for between £18,000 and £19,000
price ex warehouse the price for a product which is to be collected from the manufacturer’s or agent’s warehouse and so does not include delivery
to increase in price to become more expensive
Petrol has increased in price or the price of petrol has increased.
to increase prices, to raise prices to make items more expensive
we will try to meet your price we will try to offer a price which is acceptable to you
to cut prices to reduce prices suddenly
to lower prices, to reduce prices to make items cheaper
verb
to give a price to a product
We have two used cars for sale, both priced at £5,000.
competitively priced sold at a low price which competes with that of similar goods from other companies
the company has priced itself out of the market the company has raised its prices so high that its products do not sell
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‘…the average price per kilogram for this season has been 300c’ [Australian Financial Review]
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‘European manufacturers rely heavily on imported raw materials which are mostly priced in dollars’ [Duns Business Month]
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‘…after years of relying on low wages for their competitive edge, Spanish companies are finding that rising costs and the strength of the peseta are pricing them out of the market’ [Wall Street Journal]
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‘…that British goods will price themselves back into world markets is doubtful as long as sterling labour costs continue to rise’ [Sunday Times]

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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