exorbitant collocations and examples

 UK /ɪɡˈzɔː(r)bɪtənt/

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much more than is reasonable

Nouns frequently used with exorbitant
an amount of money that someone charges or pays: bill, charge, cost, fare, fee, price, rentPassengers are simply fed up with paying exorbitant rail fares.an amount of money in general: amount, increase, rate, sumThey were able to sell the building for an exorbitant sum.an amount of money that someone earns: salaryNo footballer is worth the exorbitant salary they are paid.something that someone asks for: demandThe project suffered as a result of exorbitant demands made by local landowners.
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