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People should have access to cheap, fresh food.
The local buses are cheap and reliable.
a cheap and plentiful source of energy
The machine is relatively cheap to build but expensive to maintain.
People were drinking cheap wine from plastic cups.
He was always buying her cheap jewellery.
Always ask for our products by name – beware of cheap imitations!
I’m not interested in scoring cheap points in this debate.
The Minister should be dealing with the problem, not making cheap jibes.
He said he realized it had been a cheap trick and he was sorry.
It happened during the war when life was cheap.
a market stall selling cheap and nasty watches
This is the British English definition of cheap. View American English definition of cheap.