Traducción de expensive en español:

expensive

caro, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪkˈspɛnsɪv/ /ɛkˈspɛnsɪv/

Ver definición en español de caro

adjetivo

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    (dress/shop/city) caro
    those shoes must have been expensive esos zapatos deben de haber costado caros
    • an expensive-looking watch un reloj con aspecto de (ser) caro
    • an expensive lifestyle un tren de vida muy alto
    • she has very expensive tastes tiene gustos muy caros
    • an error like that could prove expensive un error así podría costar / salir caro
    • The bargains will prove to be very expensive if you have to pay interest on the money you spent.
    • Prices of the more expensive properties have stopped going up and some are on their way down.
    • These courses are very expensive, due to the variety of resources needed to run them.
    • A new kitchen can be one of the most expensive home improvements most people will make.
    • Suing a supplier based overseas can be difficult, expensive and take a lot of time.
    • New woodland planting need not be expensive when the full range of grants are utilised.
    • For a man famous for running a tight ship, this could be a painfully expensive exercise.
    • This is prime real estate in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
    • December is not an expensive month to fly, as long as you avoid the week before Christmas.
    • The banks say it would be too expensive to speed things up and, in any case, there is no demand for it.
    • The short season is only one reason why asparagus is expensive to grow and produce.
    • Irrigation is too expensive to be worthwhile for most crops, so we could do with a bit of rain.
    • There seems to be a failure to understand just how expensive it is to run a teaching hospital.
    • We want to revise and update the council tax with more bands for the more expensive houses.
    • There was a swimming pool in the grounds, but apparently it was too expensive to fill.
    • It's a defeat that could prove to be extremely expensive come the end of the season.
    • He said the charges were too expensive and would keep visitors away from the palace.
    • Their philosophy is never say no to a man if his car is more expensive than yours.
    • More expensive water will provide an incentive to be more thrifty in how it is used.
    • We own a buy-to-let property which we want to sell in order to buy a more expensive one.