cuesta un ojo de la caraphrase
1. (colloquial) (general)
a. it costs an arm and a leg (colloquial)
Me gusta mucho este abrigo, pero cuesta un ojo de la cara.I like this coat a lot, but it costs an arm and a leg.
b. costs an arm and a leg (colloquial)
La casa que van a comprar cuesta un ojo de la cara, pero trabajan los dos y ganan mucho dinero.The house they're buying costs an arm and a leg, but they both work and earn a lot of money.
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