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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexorbitantex‧or‧bi‧tant /ɪɡˈzɔːbətənt $ -ɔːr-/ ●○○ adjective  EXPENSIVEan exorbitant price, amount of money etc is much higher than it should be syn astronomicalexorbitant rent/prices etc exorbitant rates of interestsee thesaurus at expensiveexorbitantly adverb
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exorbitantIt's a nice hotel, but the prices are exorbitant.And the price of entertainment everywhere is exorbitant.Only 10 to 15 percent goes toward administrative costs, which is certainly not exorbitant.We couldn't afford to buy and rents are exorbitant.Each year time and money is wasted by the exorbitant amount of telephoning required to gather in all this information. 8.The exorbitant fee caused uproar in the land.It is a price that today may seem exorbitant to many.exorbitant rent/prices etcA few farmers even managed to do very well out of the exorbitant prices charged to urban residents for a few mouthfuls of grain.
From Longman Business Dictionaryexorbitantex‧or‧bi‧tant /ɪgˈzɔːbətənt-ɔːr-/ adjective an exorbitant price, rate, demand etc is much higher than is reasonable or usualHe claims his bank is forcing him to pay exorbitant charges.On the black market prices were particularly exorbitant.
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