expensive definition

  • adjective:
    • needing a large expenditure; pricey.
    • Marked by high prices: costly shops.
    • having a top cost or cost
    • using plenty of system time or resources
    • Occasioning cost; calling for liberal outlay; pricey; dear; liberal
    • Free in expending; really liberal; especially, in a bad sense: extravagant; luxurious.
    • high in cost or charging high rates
    • needing a sizable spending; pricey.
    • Marked by high rates: costly shops.
    • having a top price or price
    • using lots of system time or resources
    • Occasioning cost; phoning for liberal outlay; pricey; dear; liberal
    • totally free in expending; very liberal; specially, in a bad good sense: extravagant; magnificent.
    • high in price or recharging high rates
  • others:
    • Costly; requiring or entailing much expenditure: as, a costly gown or equipage; a costly household; pricey tastes or practices.
    • Free in expending; liberal; extravagant; lavish.
    • Costly; calling for or entailing much cost: as, an expensive gown or equipage; a pricey family members; high priced tastes or habits.
    • totally free in expending; liberal; extravagant; lavish.

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