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not costing or spending much money
competitive prices are cheaper than many others
economy goods are cheaper than normal goods, usually because you are buying larger quantities
cheap enough for ordinary people to afford
something that is inexpensive does not cost much money. A more usual word is cheap
not expensive and of reasonable quality
used for emphasizing that something is worth more than it costs
being sold for a lower price than is usual
a small electronic device which is taken into shops and links individual customers to advertisements …
the period of 40 days before Easter, starting on Ash Wednesday, when some Christians stop eating...
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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Free thesaurus definition of cheap and inexpensive from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.