tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
(00/03/05) This product is very cheap Our product is inexpensive This article is low-priced Our price is very reasonable The price is too expensive --- incorrect! --- The price is too high (too steep) This (product) is pricey (American expression) (Reference : Monday Nikkei)
disapproval If you describe someone as cheap, you are criticizing them for being unwilling to spend money. Oh, please, Dad, just this once don't be cheap. = mean
disapproval If someone does or buys something on the cheap, they spend less money than they should because they are more concerned with what it costs than with its quality. Most modern housing estates are terrible and inevitably done on the cheap
If you describe goods as cheap, you mean they cost less money than similar products but their quality is poor. Don't resort to cheap copies; save up for the real thing. a tight suit made of some cheap material. = shoddy
a financial instrument that is low in price; an option that is low in implied volatility
Goods or services that are cheap cost less money than usual or than you expected. Smoke detectors are cheap and easy to put up Running costs are coming down because of cheaper fuel They served breakfast all day and sold it cheap. expensive, dear + cheaply cheap·ly It will produce electricity more cheaply than a nuclear plant. + cheapness cheap·ness The cheapness and simplicity of the design makes it ideal for our task
relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"
disapproval If you describe someone's remarks or actions as cheap, you mean that they are unkindly or insincerely using a situation to benefit themselves or to harm someone else. These tests will inevitably be used by politicians to make cheap political points
Having a low price in market; of small cost or price, as compared with the usual price or the real value
After he'd convinced you you'd only got one leg – the left – he'd sell you a gross of right-footed shoes. Cheap at half the price! A real bargain. Afterwards, you'd feel you'd been done a favour to, and obligingly walk off with a limp.
[ chEp ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English cēap (“trade”). Originally a loan from Latin caupo (“tradesman, innkeeper”), whence also Old High German kouf (see German Kauf) and Finnish kauppa (“shop”).
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