exorbitantly

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In an exorbitant manner, excessively
to an exorbitant degree; "prices are exorbitantly high in the capital
In an exorbitant, excessive, or irregular manner; enormously
to an exorbitant degree; "prices are exorbitantly high in the capital"
exorbitant
going beyond usual and proper limits
exorbitant
{s} excessive, extreme, disproportionate, expensive
exorbitant
{a} excessive, extravagant, unreasonable
Exorbitant
usurious
exorbitant
Not comprehended in a settled rule or method; anomalous
exorbitant
greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation; "exorbitant rent"; "extortionate prices"; "spends an outrageous amount on entertainment"; "usorious interest rate"; "unconscionable spending"
exorbitant
Departing from an orbit or usual track; hence, deviating from the usual or due course; going beyond the appointed rules or established limits of right or propriety; excessive; extravagant; enormous; inordinate; as, exorbitant appetites and passions; exorbitant charges, demands, or claims
exorbitant
exceeding proper limits; extravagant; excessive or unduly high
exorbitant
emphasis If you describe something such as a price or fee as exorbitant, you are emphasizing that it is much greater than it should be. Exorbitant housing prices have created an acute shortage of affordable housing for the poor. = excessive + exorbitantly ex·or·bi·tant·ly exorbitantly high salaries. an exorbitant price, amount of money etc is much higher than it should be = astronomical exorbitant rent/prices etc (present participle of exorbitare , from orbita )
exorbitant
extravagant
exorbitantly

    Silbentrennung

    ex·or·bi·tant·ly

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    Etymologie

    [ -t&nt ] (adjective.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin exorbitant-, exorbitans, present participle of exorbitare to deviate, from Latin ex- + orbita track of a wheel, rut, from orbis disk, hoop.

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