Definition of price tag in English:

price tag

noun

  • 1The label on an item for sale, showing its price.

    • ‘For every person who genuinely wants a quality product, I will find you many more who just want something which they can leave the price tag on.’
    • ‘I would hope that we ask what lies behind that because the price on the price tags may not at all reflect the social and environmental consequences of producing a cheap blouse or pair of shoes.’
    • ‘Business people are also being encouraged to deck out their shops and shop fronts with displays of the era with goods on display to be priced with price tags dating back to 1903.’
    • ‘He was wearing brand new clothes with the price tags still attached and sat rigid in First Class, just staring straight ahead.’
    • ‘Finally, don't forget the price tag, stuck right there next to the label.’
    • ‘Then she took it off and looked at the price tag, praying it would not exceed her credit card limit.’
    • ‘She began to search for a price tag, thinking she had enough money, she had brought twenty dollars.’
    • ‘The company, which covers its sterling price tags with euro stickers in the republic, has prices about 15% more expensive.’
    • ‘Mike looked down at the price tag compiled of thousands upon thousands of tiny pixelated images.’
    • ‘Most recipients were flattered until they saw the price tag.’
    • ‘You see, the value of that toaster has lost an essential connection with the numbers on the price tag by now.’
    • ‘It had no price tag, but it was so striking he decided he must have it.’
    • ‘The price tag and label from the local bookstore had been painstakingly removed only that morning.’
    • ‘To improve the viability of the exercise you should leave the price tag on the gift, or write one yourself with an even bigger number on it.’
    • ‘The strange thing was that the price tag was actually printed on a ‘Use By’ label.’
    • ‘This means it can give the loan a more eye-catching and competitive rate, as in the classic #9.99 sale price tag.’
    • ‘Men are also less likely then women to wince when they look at the price tag, according to the report from market analysts Mintel.’
    • ‘I examine the price tags, they all cost more than $700.’
    • ‘The old man rang up the items slowly, staring hard at the price tag labels, as is if he couldn't read them.’
    • ‘Rebecca than glanced at the price tag: But it looks like I would be able to buy it.’
    1. 1.1 The cost of something.
      ‘a $400 billion price tag was put on the venture’
      • ‘Both federal and state financial assistance have failed to keep pace with the rising price tag of attending a university.’
      • ‘Once you get over that price tag, this is an automobile designed very much with the requirements of its owner in mind.’
      • ‘The laws of supply and demand take over and the price tag on vintage posters skyrockets.’
      • ‘In fact, our broken system has a high price tag - it costs millions of minorities their dreams and their future.’
      • ‘Last month, one of Britain's narrowest houses went on the market with a price tag of £525,000.’
      • ‘No passenger liner can claim to have been so big, so long, tall and wide, and together with a price tag of more than half a billion pounds, so expensive.’
      • ‘The manor has languished on the market since 1997 with a price tag of £3.25 million.’
      • ‘Despite the hefty price tag, this is definitely the season's laptop launch of choice.’
      • ‘Though no one has put an official price tag on the project, it could potentially cost billions.’
      • ‘Objects were sold in all price categories, from works by young artists costing less than $2,000 to museum-quality masterpieces with price tags in the millions of dollars.’
      • ‘Whatever the actual bill turns out to be, be assured that its price tag is a huge unaffordable social risk.’
      • ‘He told the New York Times he planned to purchase a home in the Pound Ridge area, but the price tag was presently beyond his means.’
      • ‘Be warned, as simple as cashmere sweaters may look, they can come with a serious price tag.’
      • ‘There's no price tag big enough to capture the costs of such senseless tragedy.’
      • ‘There is no clear price tag yet on the proposals, though total costs are expected to be sizable.’
      • ‘This week the country's most famous ice cream business will go up for sale with a price tag of #3.5 million.’
      • ‘With an overall price tag exceeding two billion pounds, the success of the mission did not come cheaply.’
      • ‘The price tag of the new Medicare law is soaring even faster than prescription-drug costs.’
      • ‘The second price tag is the cost of operating the appliance during its lifetime.’
      • ‘Along with the price tag, however, comes a bundle of corporate debt and continuing losses.’

Pronunciation:

price tag

/ˈprīs ˌtaɡ/