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low-quality

adjective
 
 
used to describe something that is of a low level or standard: low-quality food/products/goods The retail industry is calling for higher duties to curb the import of cheap low-quality products. Panic selling leaves a strong supply of cheap, low-quality bonds which benefits debt investors.
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