Synonyms of price in English:

price

noun

  • 1 the purchase price of a car
    cost, asking price, selling price, charge, fee, terms, payment, rate, fare, levy, toll, amount, sum, total, figure;
    outlay, expense, expenses, expenditure, bill;
    valuation, quotation, estimate
    informal damage
  • 2 she accepted spinsterhood as the price of her career
    consequence, result, cost, toll, penalty, sacrifice, forfeit, forfeiture;
    downside, snag, drawback, disadvantage, minus;
    trial, torment, bane, tribulation, affliction, suffering, burden, trouble, worry, deprivation, undesirable consequence
    [Antonyms] reward, advantage
  • 3 he had a price on his head
    reward, bounty, premium;
    recompense, compensation
  • Phrases

    at a price

    the software is available, but at a price
    at a high price/cost, at considerable cost, for a great deal of money

    at any price

    it's not for sale at any price my father was a gentle person, wanting peace at any price
    whatever the price, whatever the cost, at whatever cost, no matter (what) the cost, cost what it may, regardless

    beyond price

    the Crown Jewels are of course beyond price
    of incalculable value/worth, of inestimable value/worth, of immeasurable value/worth, invaluable, priceless, without price, worth its weight in gold, worth a king's ransom;
    irreplaceable, incomparable, unparalleled, expensive, costly, high-priced, at a premium, rich, dear, rare, choice, fine, exquisite, precious, treasured, prized, cherished

    verb

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  • a family day ticket is priced at £5.00
    fix/set the price of, put a price on, cost, value, rate, evaluate, assess, estimate, appraise, assay
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