Focus on the pronunciation of cheap
› costing little money or less than is usual or expected: After World War II, the US had cheap labor, cheap energy, cheap raw materials, cheap housing, cheap food, and cheap transportation. Used computers are dirt cheap (= very cheap). › If a place that sells goods or services is cheap, it charges low prices: a cheap department store › Goods that are cheap are low in price but of poor quality: The cheap rug did not come clean. › disapproving Someone who is cheap is unwilling to spend money: The boss is cheap – he’ll never buy a new truck if he can squeeze a few more miles out of the old one.