In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(price/fee/rent) exorbitante(price/fee/rent) desorbitado(demands/ambition) excesivo(ambition/demands) desorbitado
- They were concerned that elderly women living alone seemed to be targeted and charged exorbitant prices.
- In fact, they must pay exorbitant prices for food, water and tools and end up working to pay this back for years.
- Publicans admit they are ripping off customers with exorbitant prices for soft drinks.
- Besides, shop owners charge an exorbitant rate for every thing they sell here.
- The government has accused white farmers of delaying land reform by demanding exorbitant prices for their property.
- Who in their right mind would pay the exorbitant prices they charge for everything?
- How can any businessperson justify charging such an exorbitant price for apple pie and tea?
- Over 35 per cent said they were taken to shops where the prices were exorbitant.
- Word has it that the prices are so exorbitant because the taxi drivers have to give the resort a cut for operating there.
- Biogas has a tremendous future, due to the exorbitant increase of gasoline prices.
- The casino rejected this amount as exorbitant and allowed her suit to continue.
- They are just boring movie idols admired for their fashion sense and the exorbitant price tags of their weddings.
- She quoted a price, exorbitant for the boondocks but which she guessed would be cheap for a city person.
- The exorbitant rates charged at spas mean it is only for the A-list.
- So, are you tired of paying exorbitant amounts for those dry little critters?
- I promise that you will never again have to pay exorbitant amounts to get your children into med school.
- At present the price of land in the area has rocketed with some very exorbitant prices being paid for sites for houses.
- He feared it would lead to a situation where private people allotted spaces at exorbitant prices to vehicle owners.
- Most of the works are for sale, often at scarily exorbitant prices.
- And then I would get discounts, which is good, because the prices of rugs are exorbitant.
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