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Pay idioms

There is an English saying that states that you get what you pay for, which means that if you pay more money for something, it is more likely to be of better quality. In general, this seems to be a true statement. However, we have all had the experience of having paid too money for something and, later, being disappointed in the item’s quality. My question for you is:

Which of the following English idioms means
to pay too much money for something? Note: More than one answer is possible.

a) to pay through the nose
b) to pay an arm and a leg
c) to pay your dues
d) to be ripped-off

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