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mise à prix

  

      nf   reserve price   (Grande-Bretagne)  , upset price   (USA)  
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mise à prix nf.
reserve price [UK] ; upset price [US]
[Bus.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
zero setting
[Tech.]
n.
levelling
[Tech.]
n.
exposure
n.
sacking
n.
firing
nf.
land reclamation
n.
initialisation
[Bus.]
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'mise à prix' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
mise à prix ; prix de départ
[US];[Scot.];[Bus.]
exp.
Sa tête est mise à prix.
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"mise à prix": examples and translations in context
Votre tête a été mise à prix. Because you have a bounty on your head.
Ma tête est mise à prix. I got a bounty on my head.
La tête de l'esclave fugitif était mise à prix. There was always a reward on the head of a runaway slave.
Dis-lui que sa tête est mise à prix sans préciser dans quel état. Tell your friend the reward on her head didn't say nothing about her being in good health.
La tête d'Eva Sinclair est maintenant mise à prix. Eva Sinclair now has a bounty on her head.
Ta tête est mise à prix et tu penses encore à nous. A bounty on your head and yet you still think of us.
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