a (number)-dollar (thing)

When you're talking about an item and want to say how much it costs or is worth, you can say that it is "a ___-dollar ___".

This is a similar expression to "an 8-hour drive". Like that example, you should be careful to use the singular:

He says he bought a 90-dollar tie.

Not "He says he bought a 90-dollars tie."

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