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price tag

a label or tag that shows the price of the item to which it is attached.
Origin of price tag
1880-85, Americanism Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Others say that, despite their complaints about the price tag, the public gets it.
  • Of course, all that indulgence comes with a price tag.
  • The history behind this place might make it worth the high price tag though.
  • True you can combine this advanced fuel injector with hybrid technology, the only limit will be the price tag.
  • We will never know the complete price tag for security efforts to keep sensitive data from being leaked to taxpaying citizens.
  • It is really a bit ridiculous how much better this is than other solutions, despite the higher initial price tag.
  • The grand hostesses are history, the president would rather be in bed, and there's a price tag on every evening these days.
  • Every decision he makes carries a discount price tag.
  • At the same time the price tag on gathering genetic data is now much lower than it used to be.
  • They also have something else in common: an enormous price tag.
British Dictionary definitions for price tag

price tag

a ticket or label on an article for sale showing its price
the cost, esp of something not usually priced: the price tag on a top footballer
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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