Synonyms of price in English:

price


See US English definition of price

See UK English definition of price

See Spanish definition of precio

noun

1‘the purchase price of a car’

SYNONYMS
cost, asking price, selling price, charge, fee, terms, payment, rate, fare, levy, toll, amount, sum, total, figure
worth, value, monetary value
outlay, expense, expenses, expenditure, bill
valuation, quotation, estimate
informal damage

2‘they did not seek out loneliness, but they accepted it as the price of their autonomy’

SYNONYMS
consequence, result, cost, toll, penalty, sacrifice, forfeit, forfeiture
downside, snag, drawback, disadvantage, minus
trial, torment, bane, tribulation, affliction, suffering, burden, trouble, worry, deprivation, undesirable consequence
British disbenefit
ANTONYMS

reward, advantage

3‘he had a price on his head’

SYNONYMS
reward, bounty, premium
recompense, compensation

verb

1‘a family day ticket is priced at £5.00’

SYNONYMS
fix the price of, set the price of, put a price on, cost, value, rate, evaluate, assess, estimate, appraise, assay

Phrases

    at any price

    ‘it's not for sale at any price’


    SYNONYMS
    whatever the price, whatever the cost, at whatever cost, no matter the cost, no matter what the cost, cost what it may, regardless
    beyond price

    ‘the Crown Jewels are of course beyond price’


    SYNONYMS
    of incalculable value, of incalculable worth, of inestimable value, of inestimable worth, of immeasurable value, of immeasurable worth, invaluable, priceless, without price, worth its weight in gold, worth a king's ransom
    irreplaceable, incomparable, unparalleled, expensive, costly, high-priced, at a premium, rich, dear, rare, choice, fine, exquisite, precious, treasured, prized, cherished
    at a price

    ‘the software is available, but at a price’


    SYNONYMS
    at a high cost, at a high price, at considerable cost, for a great deal of money