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price tag

noun as in printed price

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While the money will finance a slate of projects, most immediately it will be used to pay for new platforms at 20 stations with a price tag of $431 million.

Sometimes a smaller price tag means a smaller, thinner blanket.

The price tag to participate is a hefty one at $2,000, which participants can pay at once, or in three- to six-month installments.

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They may not always match the audio and screen resolution of their top-tier counterparts, but an entry-level price tag that is just under $200 gives Lenovo one of the best value-for-money rankings in the field.

This brand’s mattresses feel higher-end, but they come with a surprisingly affordable price tag.

But ultimately the responsibility—or at least the price tag—lies with citizens.

Ultimately, the changing threat and enormous price tag doomed the program and only three ships will be built at exorbitant cost.

But for Reynolds and Robbins, obeying their consciences came with a price tag.

In 31 states, childcare has a higher price tag than a college education.

The can detect roofies in juice, water and cocktails--but will the $75 price tag deter young women?

He will be patient to wait for the day when everything will get its own price tag and real worth will come into its own.

The price-tag, which Gardiner had deftly slipped off the coat before showing it, was marked $18.

On her lap was a little boy in a white suit that still had the price tag on one trouser leg, Joan noticed.

There is often no difference perceptible to the ordinary eye between cheap and high-priced clothing once the price tag is off.

All right, Peter Champneys, you shall have your chance to do it,—with a price-tag attached.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to price tag, such as: cost, price sticker, price ticket, quotation, and quoted price.

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