pricenoun

  • ja価格、値段
  • enthe amount of money that is paid for something

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Look at this one.
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Wow!
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You nailed it.
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How much?
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What do you mean?
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I don't see a price.
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You wanna buy it?
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Well, yeah.
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Yeah, we have to have it for the office.
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Wow, look at these prices.
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Yeah, these are pretty cha-ching.
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I know.
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What are these? Like, famous chickens?
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Blue Bottle has helped drive trends within the coffee industry,
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particularly cold brew and New Orleans styled iced coffee.
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It has also developed ready-to-drink products, as well as an online coffee subscription,
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with prices ranging from $8 to $47.
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Oil will be a dominant energy source for emerging markets like India,
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and for industries like trucking, petrochemicals, shipping, and aviation.
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One reason why these industries haven’t backed off oil yet?
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Well, prices are pretty low, historically.
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Back in 2014, the price for a barrel of crude oil traded above $100.
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Today, it’s around $60.
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Well, unfortunately, I've changed my mind.
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I wanna keep the mother dough.
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I'm gonna start baking.
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I see what you're doing.
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You're trying to up the price.
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Well, shame on you.
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But also, here you go, an extra $2000.
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You won't get 1 cent more after this.
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So, the climate changes will be terrible for them.
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Also, the price of energy is very important to them.
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In fact, if you could pick just 1 thing to lower the price of to reduce poverty,
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by far you would pick energy.
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No, you can't fit in that thing.
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That's not deep enough.
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Oh, yeah?
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If I can't, I'll knock 5 bucks off the price of the unit.
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Alright, you have yourself a deal.
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Okay.
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See? I told you.
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Sometimes, I come in here just to get away from it.
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I'm so glad that you're doing what you love.
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You should be, 'cause I'm about to fix your situation.
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So, let's start with what kind of event are you going to?
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The kind where they'll pay the price of a Lexus for a painting the size of a place mat.
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We wouldn't buy a healthcare business to try it in with the healthcare initiative.
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Would you buy it just simply because of prices on this?
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If we like the business and the price was right, we could write a check for cash.
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Everybody just wants the nicest, newest thing for the cheapest price possible.
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It's incredible what these people would do to make easy money.
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What is the true price of the products you buy?