Cost an arm and a leg

Do you know the English idiom “to cost an arm and a leg“?

Look at this example conversation. Can you guess the meaning?

A: “Wow! Is this your new car? It looks expensive.”

B: “Expensive? It cost an arm and a leg!”

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Does “to cost an arm and a leg” mean:

a) to be very cheap

b) to be very expensive

c) to be on sale

The answer is below! ↓

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Answer: b)

to cost an arm and a leg = to be very expensive!