Definition of 'inexpensive'
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So far the inexpensive and quick test has been used only on patients with suspected cancer of the oesophagus. The Sun (2016)Buck added that setting up the site was relatively inexpensive and that the main costs involved are around maintaining and refreshing content on the network. Computing (2010)The good news is, it's a relatively inexpensive trend. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There is no inexpensive way to fix this problem. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sentence reviewing is an inexpensive and effective route to better justice and lower prison numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is a simple and inexpensive office procedure. Understanding Cancer (1987)They are relatively inexpensive and easy to buy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This method has the great advantage of being very quick and inexpensive. The Allergy Handbook (1988)They also are relatively inexpensive and easily accessible. Christianity Today (2000)There are inexpensive ways to do this. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are many simple inexpensive ones you can slap on your display to protect it. The Sun (2013)The test is inexpensive and easy to conduct. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)They are relatively inexpensive and are quick and easy to cook. The Sun (2014)These can be relatively inexpensive to remove. Understanding Cancer (1987)Is it worth finding an inexpensive way to learn? Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)Surely some sort moisturising routine would have been simple and inexpensive remedy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Its advantage is that it is both easy and inexpensive to administer. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)Our findings could provide a quick and inexpensive way to identify patients most at risk. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Getting there is relatively simple and inexpensive. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And flying between the islands is quick and inexpensive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But we often forget a simple and inexpensive route to a certain sort of temporary happiness. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Lighting can be inexpensive and effective. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That was relatively inexpensive to repair. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They take for granted easy access to inexpensive technological, social and collaborative tools. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Felt pens were popular for colour, not surprisingly because they are relatively inexpensive and readily available. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Still, this is a relatively inexpensive way to observe the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Treatment by the methods of clinical ecology is safe, inexpensive, and effective. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)
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Translations for 'inexpensive'
British English: inexpensive /ˌɪnɪkˈspɛnsɪv/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is inexpensive does not cost much.
...a large variety of inexpensive restaurants.
- American English: inexpensive
- Arabic: رَخِيصٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: barato
- Chinese: 便宜的
- Croatian: jeftin
- Czech: levný
- Danish: billig
- Dutch: goedkoop
- European Spanish: económico barato
- Finnish: huokea
- French: bon marché
- German: preiswert
- Greek: φθηνός
- Italian: economico
- Japanese: 安い
- Korean: 값싼
- Norwegian: rimelig billig
- Polish: niedrogi
- European Portuguese: barato
- Romanian: ieftin
- Russian: недорогой
- Spanish: económico
- Swedish: billig
- Thai: ไม่แพง
- Turkish: pahalı olmayan
- Ukrainian: недорогий
- Vietnamese: không đắt
Definition of inexpensive from the Collins English Dictionary
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