at a price

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British pronunciation/at fɔː ɐ pɹˈaɪs/
American pronunciation/æt fɔːɹ ɐ pɹˈaɪs/
at a price
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with a very high price

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(at|for) a price definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "make a go of something" and when to use it?

The idiom "at a price" is a simple expression that has been used in the English language for many years. It is derived from the concept that most things, especially valuable or desirable ones, come with a cost or a price that must be paid. It is used to indicate that something is available or attainable, but it requires payment, sacrifice, or compromise.

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by enduring unpleasant consequences

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Information about the competitor's strategy can be had for a price.
She was willing to sell her rare book collection, but it was at a price that collectors would find quite steep.
The company agreed to provide additional services, but it was at a price, and the client had to pay extra for them.
The luxury vacation resort offered exclusive experiences, but they were only available for a price, catering to high-end clientele.
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