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Cheap and inexpensive

cheap

adjective

not expensive

economic

adjective

not costing or spending much money

competitive

adjective

competitive prices are cheaper than many others

economy

adjective

economy goods are cheaper than normal goods, usually because you are buying larger quantities

economical

adjective

not costing or spending much money

affordable

adjective

cheap enough for ordinary people to afford

inexpensive

adjective

something that is inexpensive does not cost much money. A more usual word is cheap

cheap and cheerful

not expensive and of reasonable quality

cheap at the price

used for emphasizing that something is worth more than it costs

going cheap

being sold for a lower price than is usual

kimchi

a Korean dish made from fermented cabbage or other vegetables, garlic and spices

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jones

a compulsive desire for something; an addiction to something

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