Definition of overprice
: to price too high
Examples of overprice in a Sentence
The store was guilty of overpricing its goods.
Everything in the store is grossly overpriced.
Recent Examples of overprice from the Web
Around 20 percent of those surveyed, said that unaffordability and the feeling that official music content is overpriced led to them using ripping sites.
However, some industry watchers have questioned whether Apple's HomePod is overpriced.
The Westinghouse deal was immediately criticized by analysts and the local media as overpriced.
Brazil’s federal police say the construction works were overpriced by more than $260 million.
Such reviews, which are more common in the private sector, use scientific studies and other information to evaluate whether specific medications are overpriced proportionate to their medical benefit.
Still, at $62 a liter, the chefs pronounced the oil overpriced.
There has been a feeling they are overpriced, Hansen said.
In a bid to help shed its image for being overpriced, Whole Foods launched a new store format last year called 365 that is aimed at younger, budget-conscious shoppers.
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Definition of overprice for English Language Learners
: to give a price that is too high to (something) : to price (something) too high
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