price down


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price down

To reduce something's price. A noun or pronoun can be used between "price" and "down." The new laptops look really tempting, but I know the shops will price them down when we get closer to Christmas, so I'm holding off buying one for the time being. We're pricing down everything in-store for the next seven days, so come on by for the best deals in town!
See also: down, price

price something down

to lower the price of something. When they start pricing this stuff down at the end of the season, I'll come in and buy something. I hope to price down the merchandise soon.
See also: down, price
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The trustworthiness of the technology can be undermined, which can temporarily drive Bitcoin's price down.
In the case of the Yaris there is pounds 500 off in addition to the pounds 2,000 scrappage discount, bringing the total discount to pounds 2,500 and the price down to just pounds 6,805.
Clearly also there needs to be some international effort with Opec to get the oil price down," he said.
The Irish firm had offered 4-6 that play would get underway on Centre Court, and while the market had been closed by yesterday morning there was still time for eagle-eyed punters to smash the price down to 1-10 by that time.
Rightmove's House Price Index for December said prices in the North fell by 2.7%, pushing the typical asking price down to pounds 142,483 - 5.7% higher than the same month in 2005.
How much of the return depends on a high sales price down the road?
Mr Bostock said: "If one supplier moves the price down everyone else follows suit.
In his forecast, this will Idrive the average LME aluminum price down to $0.727 in 2006 and $0.643 in 2007, from an average this year of around $0.816.
KIA has introduced a petrol-powered version of its Carens MPV model, which brings the price down to just under pounds 10,000.
We (the mills) try and beat the price down until we have the shirts off their backs, then we fix that price for two or three years and feel good.
But OPEC Secretary General Alvaro Silva raised a concern that recovering oil production in Iraq as well as production by Russia and other nonmembers, may push the oil price down.
It's a "term break" offer--28 issues for $19.95, getting the price down to an attractive point.
Sainsbury's has been having a hard time of late, with the share price down and U.S.-owned Asda having overtaken the company in terms of overall monthly sales.
All, however, qualify for Citroen's current cash back programme which can bring the price down by up to pounds 2,000, depending on the model, and the C3 Desire also comes with a year's free insurance for buyers aged from 21-80.
"Bringing the price down by 10 percent, 20 percent, we are going to see very little increase in people using the drugs," Kiarie said.