cheap [adj1] inexpensive at a bargain, bargain, bargain-basement*, bargain-counter, bought for a song*, budget, buy, cheapo*, competitive, cost next to nothing*, cut-price, cut-rate, depreciated, dime a dozen*, easy on the pocketbook*, economical, half-priced, irregular, low-cost, lowered, low-priced, low tariff, marked down, moderate, nominal, on sale, popularly priced, real buy*, reasonable, reduced, sale, slashed, standard, steal, uncostly, undear, utility, worth the money*; concept 334 —Ant. costly, dear, expensive cheap [adj2] inferior, low in quality bad, base, bogus, catchpenny, cheesy, common, commonplace, crappy*, cruddy, dud, flashy, garbage, garish, glitzy*, junky*, lousy, mangy, mean, mediocre, meretricious, no bargain*, no good, ordinary, paltry, poor, ratty, raunchy, rinkydink*, rotten, rubbishy, scroungy, second-rate, shoddy, sleazy, small-time*, tatty, tawdry, terrible, trashy, trumpery, two-bit, valueless, white elephant*, worthless; concept 589 —Ant. excellent, noble, precious, priceless, superior, valuable, worthy cheap [adj3] low, vulgar abject, base, beggarly, contemptible, despicable, dirty, dishonest, mean, pitiable, scurvy, shabby, sordid, sorry, tawdry, vile; concept 542 —Ant. sophisticated, superior, upper cheap [adj4] concerned with saving money mean, mingy, miserly, penny-pinching, stingy, thrifty, tight*, tight-wad*; concept 332

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  • cheap — cheap …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • cheap — [chēp] adj. [< good cheap, favorable bargain < ME god chep (used as transl. of OFr à bon marché) < OE ceap, a purchase, bargain, akin to Ger kaufen, to buy; ult. < L caupo, petty tradesman] 1. low in price or cost; not expensive 2.… …   English World dictionary

  • Cheap — Cheap, a. [Abbrev. fr. good cheap : a good purchase or bargain; cf. F. bon march[ e], [ a] bon march[ e]. See {Cheap}, n., {Cheapen}.] 1. Having a low price in market; of small cost or price, as compared with the usual price or the real value.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cheap — [ tʃip ] adj. inv. • 1979; mot angl. « bon marché » ♦ Anglic. Fam. Qui est bon marché et d une qualité douteuse, donnant une impression de mesquinerie. ⇒ ordinaire. Ça fait cheap. « Ils étaient “cheap” [...] ils deviennent classe » (L Express,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • cheap — cheap; cheap·en; cheap·ie; cheap·ly; cheap·ness; cheap·skate; …   English syllables

  • cheap — agg.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} 1. che è poco costoso, economico Sinonimi: a buon mercato, conveniente, economico. Contrari: 1caro, costoso. 2. che ha scarso valore, che è di qualità scadente: prodotto cheap | fig., spreg., di cattivo gusto:… …   Dizionario italiano

  • cheap — (adj.) low in price, that may be bought at small cost, c.1500, from god chep favorable bargain (12c., a translation of Fr. a bon marché), from O.E. ceap (n.) traffic, bargain, a purchase, from ceapian (v.) trade, probably an early Germanic… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cheap — cheap, cheaply adverbs. Cheap, used as an adverb, has one meaning, ‘at a low price’, and regularly follows the verb as closely as possible: • Picture books seem to end up by being sold off cheap as remaindered volumes Country Life, 1981. Cheaply… …   Modern English usage

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  • cheap´en|er — cheap|en «CHEE puhn», transitive verb. 1. to make cheap; lower the price of: »The flood of imported cars cheapened the cost of cars made here. 2. Figurative. to cause to be thought little of; lower in estimation; vilify. 3. to bargain for; bid… …   Useful english dictionary

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