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a little (bit) pricey

A bit more expensive than desired or expected. Thirty bucks for two movie tickets and an order of popcorn? That's a little pricey, don't you think? They said the repairs would come to about $500, which seemed a little bit pricey, if you ask me.
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A handsome Yank but still a little pricey against the competition.
A little pricey considering a similar device from palmOne with a phone included sells for $150 more
* "Because the airport is so far (roughly 20 miles outside of the city), it can be a little pricey to take a cab.
OK, so pounds 210 might seem a little pricey for a plastic bangle but, dahlings, it is Chanel.
At $200, they're still "a little pricey," says Elliott, 16, but if they prompt even more people to download free songs, the next big sound you hear might be that of record-company lawyers complaining to Congress.
Cisco, which acquired Aironet Wireless last April, now offers the Aironet 340 Series PC cards, which are a little pricey at $249 ($1,299 for an access point) with a data rate of 11 Mbps and ranges of 100 feet indoors and 400 feet outdoors (800-326-1941; www.cisco.com).