from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. for half of the normal price
- adj. for sale at half the normal price
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Half the ordinary price, or half of some established rate; specifically, in England, a reduced charge for admission to a place of amusement when part of the entertainment is over.
- Costing half the usual sum.
- At half the ordinary price.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. for half the price
The upgraded seating configuration, to be fitted in the carrier's new fleet of Boeing 777-300 aircraft, will cost the price of two standard economy seats plus half-price for the third seat in the row.
The comfortably upscale nightspot offers half-price martinis all night on Tuesdays, and that deal will continue during the State of the Union.
After Curtis cut the drawing, the most Kraus could do was instruct the bookkeeper to cut Levine a full check, rather than the standard half-price "kill" fee.
Some even offer half-price deals on sites including Groupon.
In Tijuana, people formed long lines outside convenience stores Thursday, trying to buy ice or take advantage of half-price beer.
They will all be at half-price books in a month anyways.
I decided to head to the half-price bookstore instead.
Check the daily chalkboard specials, including half-price wine on Sundays.
Nage's Snow Day Happy Hour runs from 5 to 9 p.m., and includes $2 orders of truffle frites, $3 wines by the glass, $4 draft beers and $5 cocktails, plus half-price items from the bar menu.
A spokesman for the loss-making company said, We are suspending trading for a period of 12 months, after which our shares will be available at half-price!