Definition of 'cheap'
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Most countries restrict the production and sale of mist nets but they are cheap to buy online. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She must ensure these firms put profits second to providing this essential service at the cheapest cost. The Sun (2016) Much cheaper than insulation and a new roof. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The cheapest way to sell your house of course is to do it yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Economists hoped that higher wages would encourage companies to rely less on cheap labour and lift investment to fix the productivity problem. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is a bargain and doesn't look or feel cheap at all. The Sun (2017)The report also found Tuesdays were generally the cheapest day to fly. The Sun (2016)A smaller engine will have significantly cheaper fuel costs and tax. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His investment approach is to seek out stocks that are relatively cheap, but are yielding a decent amount and this has produced steady returns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Salad leaves are nutritious and many are easy (and cheap) to grow. The Sun (2016)Sport is not just about buying cheap and selling dear. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Where would it be cheaper to buy the hat? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The strength of the euro has also made it less cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Will we feel cheap in the morning? Times, Sunday Times (2006) Life is far cheaper if you can cook. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The days of cheap spuds could soon be over. The Sun (2012)There will be help for all with finding cheaper electricity and bank charges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are much cheaper than managed funds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It would have been relatively easy and cheap to take care of these two side effects. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)Why are we not getting a big boost from cheap fuel? Times, Sunday Times (2009)We tend to stay quite local because the prices in our area are relatively cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can also find cheaper deals if you are mostly in the red. The Sun (2014)Sometimes this means that a cheaper fare is issued shortly after a sale has closed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not cheap but a little goes a long way. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Cheap to buy and cheap to run. The Sun (2016)The proceeds will help the company to secure cheaper and less restrictive bank facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But these subsequent scenes have left us feeling cheap and misled. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Life is cheaper and more relaxed than in the cities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)BRITAIN'S top mortgage lender has warned the days of cheap loans are over. The Sun (2008)This should mean that design costs will be cheaper and there will be more certainty from the beginning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The official site is easy to use and is also the cheapest way to get a new passport. The Sun (2013)Now we could sell cheap food. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The council has pointed out that its cheapest frozen meal costs only 3.30. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'cheap'
British English: cheap /tʃiːp/ ADJECTIVE
Cheap goods or services cost less money than usual or than you expected.
Tickets are still very cheap.
- American English: cheap
- Arabic: رَخِيص
- Brazilian Portuguese: barato
- Chinese: 便宜的
- Croatian: jeftin
- Czech: levný
- Danish: billig
- Dutch: goedkoop
- European Spanish: barato
- Finnish: halpa
- French: bon marché
- German: billig
- Greek: φτηνός
- Italian: conveniente
- Japanese: 安い
- Korean: 싼 비싸지 않음
- Norwegian: billig
- Polish: tani
- European Portuguese: barato
- Romanian: ieftin
- Russian: дешевый
- Spanish: barato
- Swedish: billig
- Thai: อย่างถูก
- Turkish: ucuz
- Ukrainian: дешевий
- Vietnamese: rẻ
British English: cheap ADJECTIVE
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 imitations; save up for the real thing.
Definition of cheap from the Collins English Dictionary
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