big-ticket definition

  • adjective:
    • Informal Having increased price or expense: big-ticket things such as for example vehicles and stereos; a big-ticket federal government system.
    • high priced or high priced; having a higher price.
    • same as pricey, in an absolute good sense; -- discussing components of a sort which are all high priced, such as for instance cars, fridges, or large-screen television sets.
    • very expensive
    • Informal Having a top price or expense: big-ticket things eg automobiles and stereos; a big-ticket government system.
    • high priced or high priced; having increased price.
    • same as costly, in an absolute good sense; -- referring to components of a sort which are all costly, like cars, refrigerators, or large-screen tv's.
    • extremely expensive

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