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    #1

    prices for everyone

    Hello,

    can I use such expression in the following context:
    The prices in this restaurant are for everyone (everyone can afford to have a meal there)

    Thanks in advance for your replies.

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    Re: prices for everyone

    No. "The meals in this restaurant are affordable for everyone."

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