Expensive
Expensive(adj)
UK
ɪkˈspensɪv
US
ɪkˈspensɪv
Definition: Costing a lot of money.
Meaning: Đắt tiền
Less Common
How to use "Expensive" in sentence (example)

We don't usually think about fruit being that expensive.

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Crema D'or, from Hokkaido, is apparently the world's most expensive yogurt.

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Tokyo is also one of the world's most expensive cities.

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Tokyo is home to some of the most expensive and acclaimed restaurants in the world.

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The most expensive item ever sold on eBay was a yacht.

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1 million dollars is the price of the most expensive laptop.

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The world's most expensive pancakes are made by the Radisson blu edwardian Hotel's five star Opus restaurant.

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In certain countries, including France, horse meat is considered an expensive delicacy.

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Many older recipes call for honey in place of the expensive sugar.

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At that time, a baguette was an expensive dish, which was only served to the upper class or French, because wheat could not be planted in Vietnam due to the tropical weather and imported wheat flour was very expensive.

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Well, you probably don't have a lot of money to go spending on expensive stocks.

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The world's most expensive Doughnut sells for $100 a piece.

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Here we're going to look at the 5 most expensive street-legal production cars.

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A Swedish abbreviation, "Trevita", or "three whites", tops our list of the most expensive production cars.

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The most expensive cheesecake sold for $4,592.42 (£3,496.44;3,955.57€) and was made by chef Raffaele Ronca (USA) at Ristorante Rafele in New York, NY, USA on October 30, 2017.

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