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overprice
American English: /ˌoʊvərˈpraɪs/
British English: /əʊvəˈprʌɪs/

Translation of overprice in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (product)
    fijar un precio excesivo a
    the food is reasonable, but a little overpriced
    la comida no es mala, pero un poco cara para lo que es
    Example sentences
    • See, the internet cafe is totally overpriced and charges two bucks for a medium coffee.
    • Now, a competent, perceptive drinker will immediately remark that hotel bars are overpriced.
    • This shows two things - new builds are outrageously overpriced and the housing bubble burst some time ago.

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