Definition of 'cut-rate'
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THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
A couple of narrow bunks, a stove, a cooler full of fruit and cheese and a few bottles of a cut-rate Chardonnay.BLACKWATER SOUND (2001)
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