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  • In the winter, large parts of it are prohibitively difficult because of deep snow.
  • In addition, the preparation time needed is prohibitively long for full-scale production.
  • Its high value makes it prohibitively expensive for power plant use.
  • The paper also identified continued training issues, as well as the prohibitively high cost of entering the field.
  • But it is still valuable because finding it does not require a prohibitively long time.
  • All of this is not possible in a joint-stock company, or prohibitively difficult.
  • Since holding this central event every year would be prohibitively expensive, it has been discontinued.
  • Thus, the additional costs of providing security to the site quickly became prohibitively expensive.
  • Yet, more often than not they are found prohibitively damaged.
  • However, many of these species tend to be prohibitively expensive for general construction applications.
  • For the first time, teams from a long distance apart could play one other without a prohibitively time-consuming journey.
  • If many relations are joined, it may be prohibitively slow.
  • A requirement for government to provide equal health care services for all citizens can be prohibitively expensive.
  • A new surface line across the center of town was politically impossible and prohibitively expensive.
  • When worn to show economic status, the items are often either rare or prohibitively expensive to others.
  • A local film crew was hired as flying the regular production crew to Australia would have been prohibitively expensive.
  • The use of deionized water would be prohibitively expensive so other types of water treatment are used.
  • But a complete re-styling of the car would have been prohibitively expensive, especially given its low production figures.
  • Porting software to other computer platforms is usually prohibitively difficult without source code.
  • This requires high performance electronics, and has been prohibitively expensive until now.
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Meaning of prohibitively

  • adverb To a prohibitive degree
    it is prohibitively expensive