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put a price on sth

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  • put a price on sth — Ⅰ. put a price on sth ► to say how much something costs, or is worth: »The latest development makes it difficult to put a price on other bonds and loans. »Staff loyalty is something that you can t really put a price on. Main Entry: ↑price Ⅱ. put… …   Financial and business terms

  • put a figure on sth — Ⅰ. put a figure on sth ► to give an exact amount or number: »It is difficult to put a figure on the cost of the repair work, as it is still rising. Main Entry: ↑figure Ⅱ. put a price/value/figure on sth ► to say what you think the price or value… …   Financial and business terms

  • put a value on sth — put a price/value/figure on sth ► to say what you think the price or value of something is: »They ve put a price of €2 million on the factory. Main Entry: ↑put …   Financial and business terms

  • put a price on something — put a price/value/etc on something phrase to make a judgment about the price or amount of something It’s a rare piece of jewellery, but I wouldn’t like to put a value on it. Thesaurus: setting, controlling and changing prices and costshyponym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put a price/value/figure on sth — ► to say what you think the price or value of something is: »They ve put a price of €2 million on the factory. Main Entry: ↑put …   Financial and business terms

  • price — A fixed value of something. Prices are usually expressed in monetary terms. In a free market, prices are set as a result of the interaction of supply and demand in a market; when demand for a product increases and supply remains constant, the… …   Financial and business terms

  • price — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ exorbitant, high, inflated, prohibitive, steep ▪ They charge exorbitant prices for their goods. ▪ The price of fuel is prohibitive …   Collocations dictionary

  • price — price1 W1S1 [praıs] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: pris, from Latin pretium price, money ] 1.) [U and C] the amount of money you have to pay for something ▪ People are prepared to pay high prices for designer clothes. price of ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • price — 1 /praIs/ noun 1 MONEY (C, U) the amount of money for which something is sold, bought, or offered: Fuel prices are rising steadily. (+ of): Can you tell me what the price of a new window would be? | They agreed on a price of 2000 for the car. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • put a value/figure on sth — put a price/value/figure on sth ► to say what you think the price or value of something is: »They ve put a price of €2 million on the factory. Main Entry: ↑put …   Financial and business terms

  • put a figure on something — put a figure on sth idiom to say the exact price or number of sth • It s impossible to put a figure on the number of homeless people in London. Main entry: ↑figureidiom …   Useful english dictionary

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