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1. expensive expensive


It's too expensive!
Expensive meals can't compensate for lack of sleep.
It will make most Americans uncomfortable if you insist on their accepting expensive gifts.
We ate a delicious steak dinner at a very expensive restaurant.
An expensive watch is not necessarily a good one.
I always buy a top quality product even if it is slightly more expensive.
Keeping up with the Joneses is expensive in rich town like Beverly Hills.
Expensive things often prove more economical in the long run.
The expensive machine turned out to be of no use.
What a waste to buy such an expensive machine even though he doesn't even know how to use computers.
Yoshio said he would pay as much as 15000 yen for a new pair of basketball shoes, but I thought that was quite expensive.
Unfortunately the expensive automobile that I purchased last week has broken down.
He decided not to buy the house, because in the first place it was too expensive, and in the second place it was too far from his office.
Soft wool is more expensive than coarse wool and both are superior to synthetics made of nylon.
And not only that, the goods in the company shop were usually more expensive than elsewhere.

Inglés palabracaro"(expensive) ocurre en conjuntos:

Shopping and Service - Compras y Servicios
shopping in Spanish - la compra en español
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2. expensively expensively



Inglés palabracaro"(expensively) ocurre en conjuntos:

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3. dearly dearly


She loves me dearly.
She is dearly loved by everybody.
She loved her mother dearly.
His success was purchased dearly.
Love your parents as dearly as your parents love you.
Experience, when it is dearly bought, is never discarded.
Mr Wood loved Linda dearly.
The victory was dearly won.
Jonathan was told that he dearly needed an operation before he could play football again.
It's a habit that is costing France dearly.
Parking spots are notoriously hard to find, and many residents pay dearly for a permanent off-street parking spot.
She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.
to pay dearly for the sins
He paid dearly for his mistakes.
He dearly loves his school.

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