Definition of put a price on in English:

put a price on

phrase

  • Determine the value of.

    ‘you can't put a price on what she has to offer’
    • ‘We provide children in the area with a social life and you cannot put a price on that, but we are so short of cash.’
    • ‘Together with wife Kathryn he has just moved from a modern penthouse flat to a more private detached split-level house, with a neatly tended garden and a panoramic view of the sea you couldn't put a price on.’
    • ‘Yes, money is tight, but you can't put a price on all the joy she gives me.’
    • ‘They will get back the purchase price plus legal costs, but the turmoil it has caused is hard to put a price on.’
    • ‘The first time you save a life is something you cannot put a price on or put into words.’
    • ‘There is one thing that money can't put a price on and that is friends and family.’
    • ‘That's the guardian angel, that's worth everything - you can't put a price on that.’
    • ‘It's hard to put a price on beauty, but property values of homes whose landscapes include mature trees are 5 to 20 percent higher than those without them.’
    • ‘You can't put a price on the embarrassment when you are sitting in the auditorium during a performance and your phone rings.’
    • ‘‘Victor's eye test was free because his family has a history of glaucoma but the cost of an eye test is only £14 and you can't put a price on your eyesight,’ she said.’
    fix the price of, set the price of, put a price on, cost, value, rate, evaluate, assess, estimate, appraise, assay