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Another word for price

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Noun
  1. An amount paid or to be paid for a purchase

      1. (Aeron.) An auxiliary airfoil set into the trailing edge of a larger control surface, such as an aileron
      2. (Computers) A key on a computer keyboard that, when pressed, inserts a special ASCII character used for formatting text, as in indenting a line or block of text.
      3. Total cost or expenses
      1. A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur.
      2. Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
      3. An amount paid or required in payment for a purchase; a price.
      1. The cost or price of an article, service, etc.
      2. A claim of wrongdoing; an accusation:
      3. Expense; cost:
    See also:

    transactions

  2. A loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

      1. A charge for a service, such as a telephone call to another country.
      2. A charge for service or extra service, as for transportation, for a long-distance telephone call, or, formerly, for having one's grain milled
      3. An amount or extent of loss or destruction, as of life, health, or property:
      1. (Baseball) A sacrifice bunt or sacrifice fly.
      2. The act of offering the life of a person or animal, or some object, in propitiation of or homage to a deity
      3. A selling or giving up of something at less than its supposed value
      1. Charges or costs met with in running a business, doing one's work, maintaining property, etc.
      2. An expenditure of money; a cost:
      3. Any cost or sacrifice
      1. A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur.
      2. Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
      3. An amount paid or required in payment for a purchase; a price.
    See also:

    transactions

Another word for price

Noun
      1. The highest altitude under particular weather conditions from which the ground is still visible.
      2. An upper limit, especially as set by regulation:
      3. The maximum altitude that an aircraft can reach under a given set of conditions, such as a minimum rate of climb.
      1. (Idiomatic, by extension) Satisfaction.
      2. (Idiomatic, by extension) Recompense or just deserts, especially as resulting from dealing with a perceived injury or injustice.
      3. (Business) A good or service which is considered to be of a value equal to or greater than the amount of money expended for it.
      1. Retaliation or reprisal; vengeance.
      2. Return, as for an injury or friendly act.
      3. Something given or done in return; repayment, reward, retaliation, or compensation
      1. The value of a stock, bond, etc. fixed at the time of its issue; face value
      2. The stated value of a security, such as a bond or share of preferred stock, from which interest payments or dividends are calculated as a percentage.
      3. The amount or value listed on a bill, note, stamp, etc.; the stated value or amount.
      1. A reward; recompense.
      1. Output or yield per unit rather than cost per unit, as in the manufacturing of a particular product.
      2. The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
      3. A formal tax statement on the required official form indicating taxable income, allowed deductions, exemptions, and the computed tax that is due.
      1. Anything worth striving for; any enviable or highly valued possession
      2. Something offered or given to the winner of a contest
      3. Something seized by force or taken as booty, especially an enemy ship and its cargo captured at sea during wartime.
      1. Recompense or reward:
      2. A paying or being paid; payment
      3. Money given in return for work done; salary; wages.
      1. (Psychology) The return for performance of a desired behavior; positive reinforcement.
      2. A satisfying return on investment; a profit.
      3. Money offered or given for some special service, such as the return of a lost article or the capture of a criminal.
      1. The redeeming or release of a captive or of seized property by paying money or complying with other demands
      2. The price thus paid or demanded
      3. The release of property or a person in return for payment of a demanded price.
      1. An exacted fee, tax, etc.
      2. Excessive or unjust demand; extortion.
      3. An exacting, as of money, time, etc.
      1. (--- Computers) The information produced by a program or process from a specific input.
      2. (Elec.) The useful voltage, current, or power delivered by amplifiers, generators, receivers, etc. or by a circuit
      3. The work done or amount produced by a person, machine, production line, manufacturing plant, etc., esp. over a given period
      1. A judgment based on one's impressions; an opinion:
      2. A tentative evaluation or rough calculation, as of worth, quantity, or size:
      3. A general calculation of size, value, etc.; esp., an approximate computation of the probable cost of a piece of work made by a person undertaking to do the work
      1. The manufacturer's suggested retail price, as of a new automobile, usually subject to a negotiated discount
      2. (Marketing) A price displayed on or near merchandise indicating a price at which the merchandise is offered for sale.
      3. The list price for a product or service, especially an automobile.
      1. Retail price as given in a list or catalog, variously discounted in sales to dealers
      2. A basic published or advertised price, often subject to discount.
      1. The list or sticker price of an item; the price without any discounts or incentives.
      2. The price asked by a seller, esp. when willing to accept less after bargaining
      1. Quantity:
      2. The full effect or meaning; import.
      3. The whole meaning, value, or effect
      1. Careful thought; deliberation:
      2. (Law) Something promised, given, or done that has the effect of making an agreement a legally enforceable contract.
      3. A result of considering; an opinion or a judgment:
      1. Something bartered.
      2. The act or practice of bartering.
      3. An equal exchange
      1. A request that some act be done or payment made in accordance with a legal requirement.
      2. An urgent requirement or need:
      3. (Econ.) The desire for a commodity together with ability to pay for it; also, the amount people are ready and able to buy at a certain price
      1. An amount paid:
      2. A paying or being paid
      3. (Countable) A sum of money paid in exchange for goods or services.
      1. (Chem.) The quantity by weight (of a substance) that combines with 8 grams of oxygen or 1.008 grams of hydrogen
      2. An equivalent thing
      3. Something that is essentially equal to another:
      1. The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
      2. An itemized bill or statement of a sum due.
      3. A measuring of possibilities for the future; calculated guess
      1. The act or an instance of appraising.
      2. A judgment or assessment of the value of something, especially a formal one.
      3. An appraised value or price; esp., an expert valuation for taxation, tariff duty, sale, etc.; estimate
      1. The amount of time gained or lost by a timepiece within a specified period
      2. The cost per unit of a commodity or service:
      3. A charge or payment calculated in relation to a particular sum or quantity:
      1. The act of disbursing
      2. The act, instance, or process of disbursing.
      3. Money paid out or spent.
      1. Output or yield per unit rather than cost per unit, as in the manufacturing of a particular product.
      2. The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
      3. A formal tax statement on the required official form indicating taxable income, allowed deductions, exemptions, and the computed tax that is due.
      1. The condition or fact of being hired.
      2. Payment for services; wages.
      3. The amount paid to get the services of a person or the use of a thing
      1. (Archaic) The condition of things
      2. A transportation charge, as for a bus.
      3. Money paid or to be paid for transportation in a train, taxi, plane, etc.
      1. A document containing such a price or prices, usually an offer to sell that which is quoted
      2. An explicit reference or allusion in an artistic work to a passage or element from another, usually well-known work:
      3. (Commerce) The current quoted price of a stock, bond, commodity, etc.
      1. (Measure theory, domain theory) A map from the class of open sets of a topological space to the set of positive real numbers including infinity.
      2. (Finance) The process of estimating the market value of a financial asset or liability.
      3. The act or process of assessing value or price; an appraisal.
      1. Any list or scale of prices, charges, etc.
      2. (Informal) Any bill, charge, fare, etc.
      3. A tax of this kind, or its rate
      1. (Plural only) Membership fees.
      2. Plural form of due
      1. A tax; esp., a duty on imported goods
      2. Something, such as a tax or duty, that is imposed.
      3. (Sports) The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.
      1. (Logic) The form of a syllogism with reference to the use of the middle term as variously the subject or the predicate of the premises
      2. A written or printed symbol representing something other than a letter, especially a number.
      3. (--- Informal) A general quantity of money as expressed by a specified number of digits
      1. A quantity of something that may be purchased for a specified sum or by a specified means:
      2. The quality that renders something desirable, useful, or valuable:
      3. Material value, esp. as expressed in terms of money or some other medium of exchange
      1. The worth of a thing in money or goods at a certain time; market price
      2. That quality of a thing according to which it is thought of as being more or less desirable, useful, estimable, important, etc.; worth or the degree of worth
      3. An amount, as of goods, services, or money, considered to be a fair and suitable equivalent for something else; a fair price or return.
      1. A spending (of money, energy, etc.)
      2. An amount spent; an expenditure:
      1. The act or process of expending; outlay.
      2. An amount expended.
      3. The amount of money, time, etc. expended; expense
      1. Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
      2. The amount of money, time, effort, etc. required to achieve an end
      3. An amount paid or required in payment for a purchase; a price.
      1. Charges or costs met with in running a business, doing one's work, maintaining property, etc.
      2. An expenditure of money; a cost:
      3. Financial cost; fee; charge
      1. The amount of electrical energy stored in a battery, capacitor, etc.
      2. A cartridge or shell, or the amount of gunpowder needed to discharge a firearm or set off an explosive device
      3. Expense; cost:
    See also:

    charge

Verb
  1. See also:

    value

    rate