- high price
- n.高度,高处 adj.高的,高原的,高等的,高音的,傲慢的,高尚的,昂贵的,严重的 adv.高度地,奢侈地,高价地
- n.价格,价钱,代价 vt.给...定价,问...的价格,标明价格
- Of relating to or derived from uranium especially with valence higher than in comparable uranous compounds.
- Sky-high prices; sky-high stocks.
- End your reliance on disposable calling cards and high-priced providers.
- Despite several generous offers for its purchase...
- Life is funny.when the famous dutch painter vincent van gogh was alive nobody wanted to buy his pictures.but now rich people will pay through the nose for one sometimes more than five million dollars.
- Shops are using the rise in value-added tax as a cover for increasing prices.
- Try to raise the price of stocks through speculative buying.
- A causal relationship between scarcity of goods and higher prices.
- He raised his price unfairly.
- He is speculator who hold up customers.
- Tarquin was always willing to pay a high price but hoped to get a bargain.
- Taiwan's public television network unexpectedly outbid commercial channels for the right to broadcast yankees games this summer.
- Taiwan's public television network unexpectedly outbid commercial channels for the rights to broadcast yankees games here this summer.
- The high price of owner-occupied dwellings may be discouraging younger households from entering homeownership especially as rents have risen by much smaller amounts.
- The big ticket singing star demanded a tax-paid profit of8800yuan for her performance.