ADJ-GRADEDIf you say that something is overpriced, you mean that you think it costs much more than it should.
I went and had an overpriced cup of coffee in the hotel cafeteria...
Any property which does not sell within six weeks is overpriced.
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overpriced — o‧ver‧priced [ˌəʊvəˈpraɪst◂ ǁ ˌoʊvər ] adjective something that is overpriced is more expensive than it should be: • a bottle of overpriced wine • Futures will tend to be overpriced in a rising market and underpriced in a falling market. * * *… … Financial and business terms
overpriced — index inflated (overestimated) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
overpriced — adjective Priced higher than what it is really worth. Thee overpriced items would not sell … Wiktionary
overpriced — Synonyms and related words: cutthroat, exacting, excessive, exorbitant, extortionate, extravagant, fancy, gouging, grossly overpriced, immoderate, inflationary, inordinate, out of bounds, out of sight, outrageous, preposterous, prohibitive,… … Moby Thesaurus
overpriced — o|ver|priced [ˌəuvəˈpraıst US ˌouvər ] adj something that is overpriced is more expensive than it should be … Dictionary of contemporary English
overpriced — adjective too expensive: The patisserie has good food, but it s overpriced … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
overpriced — adjective too costly for the value (Freq. 1) overpriced items at resort shops • Similar to: ↑expensive … Useful english dictionary
overpriced — o|ver|priced [ ,ouvər praıst ] adjective worth less than the price that is being charged … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
overpriced — adj. priced beyond its valuev. price too high … English contemporary dictionary
overpriced — adjective charge too high a price for. → overprice … English new terms dictionary