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
Perhaps
Play and game
Point of view
Primary auxiliaries
Prize and price
Provide or provide with
Provided that

See also

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

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