price

praɪs

Перевод:

Noun: цена курс ценность расценка
Verb: оценивать назначать цену котировать

Фразы:

to accept the bounteous price - соглашаться на высокую цену

price concession - скидка с цены

covering price - цена, в которую включены все услуги

to pay a dear price for smth. - дорого заплатить за что-л.

dicker over the price - торговаться по поводу цены

to drop in price - подешеветь

equal in price - по одной цене

exorbitant price - непомерная, чрезмерная цена

to sell at a give-away price - продавать по очень низкой цене, отдавать почти даром

sale price - цена на распродаже

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Примеры:

The price came down. - Цена снизилась.

Demand determines the price. - Цену определяет спрос.

The price of milk rose. - Цена молока выросла.

The price is written on the label. - Цена написана на этикетке.

He can be had for a price. - Его можно подкупить за определённую сумму.

£150 is a fair price. - Сто пятьдесят фунтов — это справедливая цена.

Icons bring a high price. - Иконы продаются по высокой цене.

What is the price of gold? - Какова цена золота?

The price of dinner includes dessert. - Цена ужина включает десерт.

They reduced the price on many items. - Они снизили цену на многие товары /позиции/.

What price progress? - Какова цена прогресса?

They fixed the price at $10. - Они зафиксировали цену на уровне десяти долларов.

Tickets are priced at £75 each. - Билеты — по семьдесят пять фунтов стерлингов каждый.

They priced the house too high. - Цена на дом слишком завышена.

Do you have an up-to-date price list? - У вас есть свежий прайс-лист?

Call Marty, tell him to name his price. - Позвони Марти и попроси его назвать свою цену.

We negotiated a fair price. - Мы договорились о справедливой цене.

The car is priced at $20,000. - Машина оценена в двадцать тысяч долларов.

They reduced the price on many items. - Они снизили цены на многие товары.

The price is not negotiable. - Цена не подлежит обсуждению.

We settled for a lower price. - Мы согласились на более низкую цену.

The new price is 5 points on. - Новая цена — на пять пунктов выше.

The price was not negotiable. - Цена не подлежала обсуждению.

Her price is far above rubies. - Цена её выше жемчугов.

They lopped £16 off the price. - Они срезали с цены шестнадцать фунтов.

This is the best snorkel at that price. - Это лучшая дыхательная трубка по такой цене.

Do you think we should lower the price? - Думаешь, нам следует снизить цену?

a fall in the price of oil - падение цен на нефть

Sales tax adds to the price. - Налог с продаж добавляется к цене.

Does the price include postage? - Включены ли в цену почтовые расходы?

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Связанные термины:

bid price: The bid price of a particular stock or share is the price that investors are willing to pay for it.

cut-price: Cut-price goods or services are cheaper than usual .

mid-price: at a medium or average price; not particularly expensive nor particularly cheap

off-price: designating or of retail stores, chains, etc. which sell high-quality merchandise, esp. clothing, at a price lower than the usual retail price

price cut: a reduction in the price of a good or service

price tag: If something has a price tag of a particular amount, that is the amount that you must pay in order to buy it.

price war: If competing companies are involved in a price war, they each try to gain an advantage by lowering their prices as much as possible in order to sell more of their products and damage their competitors financially.

base price: a price quoted as a base without including additional charges

book price: the value of a car as defined by the manufacturers or other accredited organization

bride price: (in some societies ) money, property, or services given by a bridegroom to the kinsmen of his bride in order to establish his rights over the woman

cash price: the price of goods, currencies, or securities that are offered for immediate delivery and payment

cheap price: The price of something is the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy it.

cost price: If something is sold at cost price, it is sold for the same price as it cost the seller to buy it.

cover price: the price of a newspaper or magazine

fixed-price: having a price that does not change

floor price: a minimum price required of an item being auctioned

guide price: a speculative price for something not yet offered for sale

half-price: If something is half-price, it costs only half what it usually costs.

issue price: The issue price of shares is the price at which they are offered for sale when they first become available to the public.

list price: The list price of an item is the price which the manufacturer suggests that a shopkeeper should charge for it.

offer price: The offer price for a particular stock or share is the price that the person selling it says that they want for it.

price break: a reduction in price, esp for bulk purchase

price check: A price check is an investigation of the prices charged by different retailers for the same goods to find the best value.

price hike: A hike is a sudden or large increase in prices, rates, taxes, or quantities.

price index: → index (sense 5 ) index (sense 5b )

price limit: the maximum that somebody is prepared to pay for something

price list: a list of the prices of a good or service

price point: The price point of a product is the price that it sells for.

price range: the notional range of prices someone is prepared to pay for something

price ring: a group of traders formed to maintain the prices of their goods

right price: The price of something is the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy it.

sale price: the price at which something sells or is sold at after its price has been reduced

same price: The price of something is the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy it.

share price: the price of an individual share in a company

spot price: the price of goods, currencies, or securities that are offered for immediate delivery and payment

trade price: the price paid for goods by a retailer to a manufacturer or wholesaler

unit price: a price for foodstuffs, etc, stated or shown as the cost per unit, as per pound, per kilogram, per dozen, etc

upset price: the price fixed as the minimum at which something will be sold at an auction

what price: You use what price in front of a word or expression that refers to something happening when you want to ask how likely it is to happen . You usually do this to emphasize either that it is very likely or very unlikely .

asking price: The asking price of something is the price which the person selling it says that they want for it, although they may accept less.

at a price: If you can buy something that you want at a price, it is for sale, but it is extremely expensive .

bargain price: a low price

beyond price: invaluable or priceless

ceiling price: the top price

closing price: On the stock exchange, the closing price of a share is its price at the end of a day's business.

factory price: the price quoted for manufactured goods for pickup at the gate of a factory, before certain handling, shipping, and similar costs

global price: The price of something is the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy it.

hammer price: the price offered as the winning bid in a public auction

landed price: the price when delivered

market price: the prevailing price, as determined by supply and demand, at which goods, services, etc, may be bought or sold

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Однокоренные слова:

priced - оцененный
priceless - бесценный, неоценимый, нелепый, очень забавный, абсурдный
pricing - калькуляция цен
pricey - дорогой
overprice - завышать цену, завышенная цена, завышение цены
underprice - занижать цену, устанавливать, заниженная цена,

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