English version

be a steal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a stealbe a stealCHEAP informal to be very cheap an excellent seafood dish that is a steal at $8.25 steal
Examples from the Corpus
be a stealGiven the classy surroundings and gracious service, these prices are a steal.This crisp dry wine is a steal at $9.This crisp, dry wine is a steal at $ 9.
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