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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