asking price
noun Date: 1755 the price at which something is offered for sale

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • asking price — asking prices N COUNT: usu sing The asking price of something is the price which the person selling it says that they want for it, although they may accept less. Offers 15% below the asking price are unlikely to be accepted …   English dictionary

  • asking price — asking .price n [usually singular] the price that someone wants to sell something for →↑selling price …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • asking price — index cost (price) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • asking price — ► NOUN ▪ the price at which something is offered for sale …   English terms dictionary

  • asking price — n. the price asked by a seller, esp. when willing to accept less after bargaining …   English World dictionary

  • asking price — asked or asking price The trading price proposed by the prospective seller of securities. Also called the offer price or offered price. American Banker Glossary See offer price. Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein financial glossary * * * asking price …   Financial and business terms

  • asking price — noun the price at which something is offered for sale • Syn: ↑selling price • Hypernyms: ↑price, ↑terms, ↑damage • Hyponyms: ↑offer price, ↑upset price, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • asking price — a starting price, a price to begin negotiations    The asking price for the lot was $29,500. It sold for $28,000 …   English idioms

  • asking price — / ɑ:skɪŋ praɪs/ noun a price which the seller is hoping will be paid for the item being sold ● the asking price is £24,000 …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • asking price — / ɑ:skɪŋ praɪs/ noun a price which the seller is hoping will be paid for the item being sold ● the asking price is £24,000 …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • asking price — The price at which a seller lists his property for sale. Generally connotes a willingness to sell for less than the listed or asking price. May be applied to both real and personal property for sale though more commonly used in sales of real… …   Black's law dictionary

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