English to Latin Meaning of expensive - pretiosa

Expensive :

pretiosa, pretiosi, aestimatum, de valore, dives, cara, sumptuosas appeto,, luxuriosa, prodigus, attero, elemosynas nefarie, DAMNOSUS, durum, CARUS

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Definitions of expensive in English
Adjective(1) high in price or charging high prices
Examples of expensive in English
(1) it's expensive to go there(2) It's a defeat that could prove to be extremely expensive come the end of the season.(3) Irrigation is too expensive to be worthwhile for most crops, so we could do with a bit of rain.(4) More expensive water will provide an incentive to be more thrifty in how it is used.(5) These courses are very expensive , due to the variety of resources needed to run them.(6) He said the charges were too expensive and would keep visitors away from the palace.(7) December is not an expensive month to fly, as long as you avoid the week before Christmas.(8) There was a swimming pool in the grounds, but apparently it was too expensive to fill.(9) The short season is only one reason why asparagus is expensive to grow and produce.(10) Suing a supplier based overseas can be difficult, expensive and take a lot of time.(11) For a man famous for running a tight ship, this could be a painfully expensive exercise.(12) that car looks expensive(13) We own a buy-to-let property which we want to sell in order to buy a more expensive one.(14) The bargains will prove to be very expensive if you have to pay interest on the money you spent.(15) A new kitchen can be one of the most expensive home improvements most people will make.(16) Prices of the more expensive properties have stopped going up and some are on their way down.
Related Phrases of expensive
(1) too expensive ::
quoque pretiosa
(2) more expensive ::
amplius carus
(3) very expensive ::
sumptuosus ipsum
(4) less expensive ::
Minus sumptuosus
(5) most expensive ::
maxime pretiosa
(6) not expensive ::
non pretiosa
(7) this is expensive ::
haec est pretiosa
(8) a bit expensive ::
a frenum pretiosa
(9) prohibitively expensive ::
prohibitively sumptuosum
1. costly ::
2. high-priced ::
3. dear ::
5. exorbitant ::
6. extortionate ::
raptor praemio
7. steep ::
8. pricey ::
9. spendy ::
11. big-ticket ::
magnum tessera,
12. costing the earth ::
sumptus terrae
1. cheap ::
2. inexpensive ::
Different Forms
expensive, expensively, expensiveness
Word Example from TV Shows
And plus you got a rapid prototyper.
That's an expensive piece of equipment.

And plus you got a rapid prototyper. That's an EXPENSIVE piece of equipment.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 16

Which is a lot. Wars are expensive.

Which is a lot. Wars are EXPENSIVE.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6

That sounds expensive.

That sounds EXPENSIVE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 13

Nothing too expensive.

Nothing too EXPENSIVE.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 5

Wow, that sounds expensive.
Well, yeah.

Wow, that sounds EXPENSIVE. Well, yeah.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12

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