from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A label attached to a piece of merchandise indicating its price.
- n. The cost of something.
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- n. The tag or sticker attached to a product, displaying its price.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a tag showing the price of the article it is attached to
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The Mantuan collection had cost him just over twenty-five thousand pounds, the Rubens ceiling had a price tag of three thousand.
Its $9.99 price tag embarrassed me, the large record sitting on my desk like an arrogant boast; many of the other students had brought ninety-nine-cent, seven-inch singles from Thriller, each priced with a distinctive blue El Tocadisco sticker.
"And how do you put a price tag on my crewers 'effort?"
A suit like this cost-oh-how could you put a price tag on any construction of such marvelous exactitude?
It sits on the deli counter in two-hundred-gram packages wrapped in wax paper, above a pile of kotlety, palm-sized patties of ground meat, and a pot of borsch, next to a handwritten price tag of two and a half rubles.
The total price tag for maintaining our scientific and technological edge comes out to approximately $42 billion over five years-real money, to be sure, but just 15 percent of the most recent federal highway bill.
The tray had a frosted-glass bottom, funky blue handles, and a price tag stuck to the side.
The price tag represents a small $112 million discount to the "book value"—or value of assets minus liabilities—of RBC's U.S. retail bank of just more than $3.5 billion.
Mr. Seller puts a $200,000 price tag on the property.