Translation of extortionate in Spanish:
- [fee/price] abusivo, exorbitante; [demand] excesivo, desmesuradoExample sentences
- The ticket prices were not extortionate, it was after all a semi final, and we don't play at home again until February 7.
- Rather, he is keen to defend football from the usual allegations that ticket prices are extortionate.
- How do young people have the money to buy these tickets, usually in bulk, and at extortionate prices.
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