1. American operatic soprano who performed with the New York Metropolitan Opera (1961-1985), earning greatest praise for her roles in Verdi's operas.
普里斯，（玛丽）莱昂黛：(生于 1927) 美国歌剧女高音，1961至1985年期间在纽约大都会歌剧团中表演，她在威尔第歌剧中扮演的角色深受赞赏
n.Abbr. pr（名词）缩写 pr
1. The amount as of money or goods, asked for or given in exchange for something else.
2. The cost at which something is obtained:
believes that the price of success is hard work.
3. The cost of bribing someone:
maintained that every person has a price.
4. A reward offered for the capture or killing of a person:
a felon with a price on his head.
5. Archaic Value or worth.
6. To fix or establish a price for:
shoes that are priced at nine dollars.
7. To find out the price of:
spent the day pricing dresses.
8. To charge so much for goods or services that people no longer buy or use them.
9. Middle English pris
10. from Old French
11. from Latin pretium * see per- 5
源自 拉丁语 pretium *参见 per- 5
12. These nouns signify an amount given or asked for in payment for goods or services.
13. Price is the amount of money needed to purchase something offered for sale:
The house didn't sell because the price was too high.
14. Charge is the sum asked especially for the rendering of a service:
There is a nominal charge for postage and handling.
15. Cost, a more inclusive term, generally applies to the total spent or to be spent, including money, time, and labor:
Sales more than offset production costs.
16. Expense suggests cost in the aggregate:
Litigation often entails enormous expense.