Norwegian: rise (in price)

jancho

Senior Member
Czech
Hello.

How would you say "rise" (in price) in Norwegian? It is a noun. It is an antonym to "discount".

example: The price is $6 now, there is a rise from $5 in last week.

suggestions: stige, begynnelse, bakke, begynnelse, bestigning, lønnspålegg, motbakke, oppgang, oppstigning, skråning, stigning, økning

Thank you.
 
  • Pteppic

    Senior Member
    Norway, Norwegian
    When the context of prices has already been established, though, as in the given example, "økning" is sufficient (to me at least).
     

    ahaz

    New Member
    Norway, Norwegian
    Prisvekst is also good (Huffameg, so good!). However I sense a little difference between the two.
    I think prisøkning, denotes any increase from one value to a higher.
    Prisvekst is more like a long term growth. Prisvekst, i think, is also the most correct term for the phenomenon of price growth (unquantified).
     
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