ring in at


: to cost (a certain amount of money)
These hats ring in at 200 dollars.

Examples of ring in at in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And the best part is that all of these finds ring in at under $45. Alyssa Grabinski, Peoplemag, 10 June 2023 Although their choices fall on the pricey side (Bieber's ring in at $745 and Jenner's boast a Balenciaga label), the classic fall footwear doesn't have to be expensive. Claire Harmeyer, Peoplemag, 11 Sep. 2022 The dresses ring in at $125 each, and the hair accessories at $40. Talia Abbas, Glamour, 11 Aug. 2021 Meanwhile, private sound baths could ring in at a much higher cost, depending on your guide. Nicole Dellert, Allure, 21 Feb. 2023 Snag the earbuds — which usually ring in at $249 — for just $180 right now. Buy It! Claire Harmeyer, Peoplemag, 27 Sep. 2022 Expect no shoppers’ guilt with any of these affordable dresses that all ring in at under $300, below. Laura Jackson, Vogue, 1 July 2022 Pieces in this collection range from $35.90 to $99.90; Zara’s jeans typically ring in at $50, while tees usually go for $10 and $30. Andrea Navarro, Glamour, 5 May 2022 Perhaps more importantly, officials announced that this funding will be matched many times over by private donations expected to ring in at an additional $730 million to expand affordable housing. The Salt Lake Tribune, 7 Mar. 2021 See More

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“Ring in at.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ring%20in%20at. Accessed 8 Dec. 2023.

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