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N-COUNT 价格；价钱 The price of something is the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy it.
...a sharp increase in the price of petrol...
They expected house prices to rise...
N-SING 代价 The price that you pay for something that you want is an unpleasant thing that you have to do or suffer in order to get it.
Slovenia will have to pay a high price for independence...
There may be a price to pay for such relentless activity, perhaps ill health or even divorce...
VERB 把…定价为 If something is priced at a particular amount, the price is set at that amount.
The shares are expected to be priced at about 330p...
Digital priced the new line at less than half the cost of comparable mainframes...
PHRASE 不惜任何代价；不计后果 If you want something at any price, you are determined to get it, even if unpleasant things happen as a result.
If they wanted a deal at any price, they would have to face the consequences...
We obviously want to see the hostages home, but not at any price.
PHRASE 以极高价格 If you can buy something that you want at a price, it is for sale, but it is extremely expensive.
Most goods are available, but at a price.
PHRASE 以一定代价 If you get something that you want at a price, you get it but something unpleasant happens as a result.
Fame comes at a price...
Theismann's precious information came at a price, however.
PHRASE 悬赏缉拿；悬赏刺杀 If there is a price on someone's head, an amount of money has been offered for the capture or killing of that person.
He remains at large despite the high price put on his head by the authorities.
PHRASE 给…定价 If you say that you cannot put a price on something, you mean that it is very valuable.
You can't put a price on friendship...
You can't put a price on the value of the work done by our nurses.
PHRASE （表示强调）…可能吗 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.
What price a glorious repeat of last week's triumph?
PHRASE …又有什么用呢 You use 'at what price ?' to comment on the fact that the consequences of doing something are unpleasant.
Yes, they are free of him, but at what price to themselves, their families, those left behind?...
What price success!