expensive

[ɪkˈspensɪv] [ɪkˈspɛnsɪv]
  • 比较级:more expensive;
  • 最高级:most expensive;
  • 副词:expensively;
  • 例句
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    • 以下这些形容词都表示物品价格"高的,昂贵的" 的意思
      dear侧重指要价过高,或远高于公道、合理的价格,其反义词是cheap。
      expensive指物品的价格超过了它本身所值,或超过了购买者的支付能力。
      costly指物品价格高,通常是因物品稀少或珍贵所致。
    英语四级真题
      For now the app is also iPad-exclusive, and though a few of these educational institutions are giving the hardware away for free, for other students who don't have such a luxury it's an added layer of cost — and an expensive one at that.
      出自-2013年6月阅读原文
      That lets us avoid building costly plants or buying expensive power at peak usage time
      出自-2013年6月阅读原文
      Tax breaks bring the cost down, especially in California, but in many states ZEHs can be prohibitively expensive.
      出自-2013年6月阅读原文
    英语六级真题
      Piling on higher taxes won't help, "If higher taxes make it more expensive to raise children," says Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute, "people will think twice about having another child.
      出自-2013年12月阅读原文
      Raising children is getting expensive
      出自-2013年12月阅读原文
      McCartney found that EMI's (百代唱片) contractual clauses made it prohibitively expensive to follow suit, and the Beatles had to make do with the primitive technology of Abbey Road.
      出自-2013年12月阅读原文
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    • Adjective
      1. high in price or charging high prices;
      "expensive clothes""an expensive shop"