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purchase price

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Business basics
purchase priceˈpurchase price noun [singular]  formalBBCOST the price that has to be paid for something, especially a house We borrowed 80% of the purchase price.
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purchase priceThis amounted to the entire purchase price.Furthermore, they agreed to buy back the land at the purchase price should the venture fail.Here are details from the auction: Rates are determined by the difference between the purchase price and face value.The loans must be below 75% of the purchase price.Seagate, a maker of computer-disk drives, would not specify the purchase price of the deal.The purchase price of the house was $177,500.The undisclosed purchase price would include using the Micropolis name, leaving the Chatsworth-based firm to search for a new one.And the next time Brown compiles a menu, the costing for each dish will be based on the updated purchase price.
From Longman Business Dictionarypurchase priceˈpurchase price [countable]FINANCE the price it costs to buy somethingThe reason for the high purchase price is to encourage consumers to rent the video, rather than buy it. price
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