priceless, precious, treasure
The Latin word for "priceless" is inaestimabilis.
Priceless is an adjective.
That vase is priceless. The experiences I had in your country have been priceless.
Dear, costly, pricey, valuable, extortionate, priceless.
There is no specific word for priceless, but "no price" is haud pretium.
The word priceless has 2 syllables, price-less.
The world 'priceless' in Spanish is ' inapreciable.
The look on her face was priceless.
The mother's smile is priceless.This car is priceless for him, it reminds him of a lot of great memories.
The expression on his face when he received the good news was priceless.
Valuable, invaluable, priceless, valued. It's very valuable to me. This vase is invaluable! A day with you is priceless. You are valued.
The gams on that dame are priceless.
The singular of antiques is antique. As in "this antique is priceless".
The look of bewilderment on his face was priceless!
The oracle bone was priceless.
If you mean priceless - The antique was so valuable it was priceless. If you mean princess - The princess married a commoner and infuriated her father the king.
Some antonyms for the word cheap are expensive, priceless, and superior.
The expression on his face was priceless. Often an idiomatic expression cannot be easily translated into another language. At his trial, his expression of regret seemed genuine.
-less means "no", in this case. So, priceless means no price. This is similar to meaningless or senseless, although fruitless doesn't necessarily mean "no fruit"!
Inestimabile is an Italian equivalent of the English word "priceless."Specifically, the Italian word is both the feminine and the masculine form of an adjective. There is just one form in the singular as inestimabile and one form in the plural as inestimabili. The pronunciation is "ee-NEH-stee-MAH-bee-leh" in the singular and "ee-NEH-stee-MAH-bee-lee" in the plural.