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Definition of price verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they price
    he / she / it prices
    past simple priced
    -ing form pricing
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  1. 1[usually passive] to fix the price of something at a particular level price something + adv./prep. a reasonably priced house These goods are priced too high. price something at something The tickets are priced at $100 each.
  2. 2price something (up) to write or stick tickets on goods to show how much they cost
  3. 3price something to compare the prices of different types of the same thing We priced various models before buying this one.
  4. Idioms
    price yourself/something out of the market
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    to charge such a high price for your goods, services, etc. that no one wants to buy them
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: price