Prize and price

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The price is what you pay if you buy something. A prize is what you are given if you have done something exceptional, or if you win a competition.

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Pain and ache: difference
Play and game
Point of view
Primary auxiliaries
Prize and price
Provide or provide with
Provided that

See also

Of course
On time and in time
Ought to have + past participle
Overlook and look over: difference
Owing to, due to, because of and on account of

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