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cheap

adjective /tʃiːp/
low in price
barato
Eggs are cheap just now.
of poor quality; vulgar; contemptible
ordinario
Everything in the room had a cheap look about it a cheap trick.
cheaply adverb
barato, a bajo precio
top tips on how to travel cheaply.
cheapness noun
baratura, vulgaridad
We were pleasantly surprised by the cheapness of the menu.
(Definition of cheap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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