(Adjectives). Priced, charged, etc., to the tune of, ad valorem.
(Phrases). No penny, no paternoster; point d'argent, point de Suisse; no longer pipe, no longer dance.
(Verbs). To discount, bate, abate, rebate, reduce, take off, allow, give, discount, tax.
(Adjective). Discounting, etc.
(Adverb). At a discount.
(Verbs). To be dear, etc., to cost much, to come expensive; to overcharge, surcharge, fleece791.
To pay too much, to pay through the nose.
(Adjectives). Dear, high, high-priced, expensive, costly, dear-bought, precious, unreasonable, extravagant, exorbitant, steep, stiff.
(Adverbs). Dear, at great cost, à grands frais.
(Verbs). To be cheap, etc., to cost little, to come down or fall in price, to cut prices.
(Phrase). To have one's money's worth.
(Adjectives). Cheap, low, moderate, reasonable, inexpensive, unexpensive, low - priced, worth the money, half-price.
Gratuitous, gratis, free, for nothing, given away, free of cost, without charge, not charged, untaxed, scot- free, shot-free, expenseless, free of expense, free of all demands, honorary.
(Phrases). Cheap as dirt; dirt-cheap; dog-cheap; for a mere song; a drug in the market; at cost price; at a reduction.
(Verbs). To be liberal, etc., spend freely.
(Phrases). To loosen one's purse - strings; to give carte blanche; to bleed freely.
(Adjectives). Liberal, free, generous, charitable, hospitable, bountiful, bounteous, handsome, ungrudging, free-handed, open-handed, open - hearted, free-hearted, munificent, princely.
(Phrase). Cheese-parings and candle-ends.
(Verbs). To be economical, etc., to save, economise, meet one's expenses, retrench; to lay by, put by, save up, invest, bank, hoard, accumulate.
(Phrases). To cut one's coat according to one's cloth; to make both ends meet; to provide for a rainy day.
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