英音 [praɪs] 美音 [praɪs]
the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold);
"the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"
"he puts a high price on his services"
"he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
the amount of money needed to purchase something;
"the price of gasoline"
"he got his new car on excellent terms"
"how much is the damage?"
value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something;
"the cost in human life was enormous"
"the price of success is hard work"
"what price glory?"
the high value or worth of something;
"her price is far above rubies"
a monetary reward for helping to catch a criminal;
"the cattle thief has a price on his head"
cost of bribing someone;
"they say that every politician has a price"
United States operatic soprano (born 1927)
determine the price of;
"The grocer priced his wares high"
ascertain or learn the price of;
"Have you priced personal computers lately?"
caprice n. 反复无常;任性的想法;随想曲;充满幻想力的作品;
overprice v. 将…标价过高，索价过高;
priceless adj. 无价的;极贵重的;非常有趣的;极荒谬的; n. 非卖品;
pricey adj. 价格高的，昂贵的;
underprice vt. 使定价太低； 以低价与…竞争;
protective price 保护价格;
escalation price 自动增价契约价格;
price discipline 价格规则;
sticky price n. 黏性价格，不易变动的价格;
imputed price 假定价格，计算价格;
incentive price 鼓励性价格;
price change 物价变化，有价证券行市变化;
price market 重价格的市场;
combination price 批发价;
street price n. 场外行情;
approximate price 估价，近似价;
special price, bargain price 特价;
initial price 最初成本;开价;
current price 现价;时价;市价;现有价格;
sale price n. 廉价;
marginal price 边际价格，限界价格;
fair price 公平价格[目];
fictitious price 假价;
price-jacking [经] 哄台价格;
median price [经] 中数价格;
zone price 区域性价格;