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a little (bit) steep

A bit more expensive than desired or expected. Thirty bucks for two movie tickets and an order of popcorn? That's a little steep, don't you think? They said the repairs would come to about $500, which seemed a little bit steep, if you ask me.
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little steep

 and little pricey
Fig. relatively expensive; costing more than one wants to pay. The food here is a little pricey, but you get a lot of it.
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The price may seem a little bit steep, but overall these are a functional and comfortable little product.
He''s fit, he's done a three hour 50 marathon and its relatively straight forward just a little bit steep in places."
My main fault is I get a little bit steep in my swing, which means my hands rise at impact too much.
Although she acknowledged that the fees involved may be "a little bit steep, I think, for smaller companies," McPeak said she thought the overall value of being able to obtain multiple state approvals through one filing would be worth it.
Part of me wants to join the revolution and take my business elsewhere, but the other part - the realist - tells me that such charges were indeed inevitable, if a little bit steep in one hit.
Okay, might seem a little bit steep at first glance, but Livingston's is unquestionably a classy joint - if you're looking for the same standard of food and service in Glasgow or Edinburgh, prepare to pay nearer the pounds 150 mark.
``He said I was a little bit steep on the backs wing which helped me,but it was great just to talk to someone like that.