比较级：more expensive最高级：most expensive
1.ADJ-GRADED昂贵的;高价的If something is expensive, it costs a lot of money.
Wine's so expensive in this country...
I get very nervous because I'm using a lot of expensive equipment.
She was expensively dressed, with fine furs and jewels...
They do a third-rate job very expensively.
Why is tuition so expensive today?
The surge itself was expensive.
We gave them expensive and often irrelevant economic advice.
Expensive things don't create lasting happiness and security.
Such lessons are both difficult and expensive to teach.
Think the lawyers are expensive?
They left her expensive jewellery.
Things there are too expensive.
The hardcover is more expensive.
Why is zambia so expensive?
It has become more expensive to bring actions.
Marital spats used to be expensive.
This is expensive as well as ironic.
Such protection was expensive and prone to volatility.
Specialist magazines are often expensive.
Bad reception, expensive phone bills.
Instead it will be expensive.
Even basic lodging is expensive.
Governments across asia are already cutting expensive fuel price subsidies.
Consumer data are expensive and can at most predict a quarter of the variance in voting preferences, he reckons.