Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Expensive"

The meaning of "Expensive" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does expensive mean?
A: When something costs a lot of money
Q: What does the least expensive mean?
A: xe hơi #1 giá bán ₫500000
xe hơi #2 giá bán ₫20000
xe hơi #3 giá bán ₫10000

xe hơi #3 = Least expensive. It is the cheapest/lowest in price.
Q: What does As in expensive? mean?
A: do you mean expensive? という意味です。
Q: What does "expensive" mean?
Q: What does not that expensive mean?
A: that's a double negative...

Example sentences using "Expensive"

Q: Please show me example sentences with expensive.
A: My new iPhone was very expensive.

It was expensive having to take my dog to the vet.

College can be very expensive.

It would be less expensive to buy a used car, rather than a new one.

I found living in New York can be expensive.
Q: Please show me example sentences with expensive .
A: Buying off-season food is expensive.
Expensive things doesn't mean they are better in quality.
Q: Please show me example sentences with expensive.
A: This bag is very expensive.
He bought a really expensive set of shoes.
The cost will be less expensive if we order more.
Q: Please show me example sentences with expensive .
A: "That shirt is so expensive!" "A new phone would be too expensive for me" "I'm not rich, so I can't buy expensive things"

Synonyms of "Expensive" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between expensive and overpriced ?
A: Expensive means something costs a lot of money. Overpriced means something costs more than what it's worth.
Q: What is the difference between the cheapest and the least expensive ?
A: Yeah, there isn’t much of a difference in English. “Cheapest” could potentially mean low quality, while “least expensive” could mean the price is low compared to other prices; but really, there isn’t a difference between the two in English.
Q: What is the difference between less expensive and more inexpensive ?
A: Less expensive is a comparison, while inexpensive is an adjective. You would not use "more inexpensive", as inexpensive means not expensive, so you would be saying that something was more not expensive. It doesn't really fit with English syntax.

For Example:
"This fridge is less expensive than the other one."

"This fridge is inexpensive."

Hope that helps ^^
Q: What is the difference between expensive and pricey ?
A: Expensive = a lot of money

Lamborghinis are expensive.

Pricey =
More then you’re willing to pay for.

This shirt only looks like $10 I might get it, whhaaaat! $60 that’s pricey.
Q: What is the difference between expensive and dear ?
A: "Expensive" means something costs a lot of money. Ex. "This purse is so expensive!" "Dear" means something has a lot of sentimental or emotional value to someone. Ex. "My grandmother's wedding ring is very dear to me."

Translations of "Expensive"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? expensive
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? expensive
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? expensive
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? expensive
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? that's so expensive
A: That's so expensive

Other questions about "Expensive"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce expensive.
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Q: It's expensive indeed
Or
It's indeed expensive Does this sound natural?
A: "It's expensive indeed." and "Indeed it's expensive." are both correct.
Q: it's much too expensive Does this sound natural?
A: It makes complete sense, it’s just quite formal and not what a typical English person would say. We would usually just say ‘it’s too expensive’ or ‘it’s way too expensive’.
Q: It's too dear or It's too expensive. Does this sound natural?
A: do you about something that costs a lot ?
Q: expensive Does this sound natural?
A: the x is sounding like an s

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