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Adjective: cheap (cheaper,cheapest)  cheep
  1. Relatively low in price or charging low prices
    "it would have been cheap at twice the price";
    - inexpensive, budget
     
  2. Tastelessly showy
    "a cheap car";
    - brassy [informal], flash [informal], flashy, garish, gaudy, gimcrack, loud, meretricious, tacky [informal], tatty [informal], tawdry, trashy
     
  3. Of very poor quality; flimsy
    - bum [informal], cheesy [informal], chintzy [N. Amer, informal], crummy [informal], punk [N. Amer, informal], sleazy [archaic], tinny [archaic], tacky [informal], crumby [informal]
     
  4. Embarrassingly stingy
    - chinchy [N. Amer, informal], chintzy [N. Amer, informal]

Sounds like: cheep

Derived forms: cheapest, cheaper

See also: affordable, bargain-priced, catchpenny, cheapie [informal], cheapo [informal], cut-price, cut-rate [N. Amer], dirt cheap, inferior, low-budget, low-cost, low-priced, nickel-and-dime [N. Amer, informal], sixpenny, stingy [informal], tasteless, threepenny, tuppenny [Brit, informal], tuppeny [Brit, informal], two-a-penny, twopenny, twopenny-halfpenny, ungenerous

Antonym: expensive

Encyclopedia: Cheap, Kentucky