Sum or amount of money or its equivalent for which something is bought, sold, or offered for sale.

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Primary Base tarif*

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teler* Dues Money demanded by a government or other entity for its support or for specific facilities or services.
prec* Value Greatness or economy of price.

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Siblings

* Bank Monetary instrument of holding.
bolq* Budget Money allocated for a particular purpose.
* Credit
* Currency Medium of money.
liq* Debt Money owed.
* Expenditure Money going out.
jap* Gratuity Giving without price.
* Interest Increase in accounts due to time held.
monet* Money
* Nonpayment
sord* Parsimony Tight policy with regards to giving or payment.
* Payment Transfer of money.
penj* Poverty Insufficiency or depletion of wealth.
tarif* Price Sum or amount of money or its equivalent for which something is bought, sold, or offered for sale.
* Solvency Sufficiency of wealth to pay all just debts.
burs* Treasury Monetary facility.
* Wealth Accumulation of money or assets.

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Price

tarif* Price

teler* Dues (Money demanded by a government or other entity for its support or for specific facilities or services).
prec* Value (Greatness or economy of price).

* Discount (reduction in price)
* Rebate (portion of price to be returned as incentive for purchase)
* Dearness (greatness of price)
* Cheapness (smallness of price)