low-end Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"low-end" in British English

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low-endadjective

uk   /ˈləʊ.end/  us   /ˈloʊ-/
Low-end ​products are the ​cheapest in a ​group of ​products: a low-end ​model intended for ​people who do not have a lot of ​money to ​spend: a low-end ​supermarket
(Definition of low-end from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"low-end" in Business English

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low-endadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈləʊend/  us   /ˈloʊ-/ MARKETING, COMMERCE
low-end ​products or ​goods are ​cheaper and more basic than other similar ones ​sold in the same ​market: low-end PC/product/model In an ​effort to ​undercutcompetitors, the ​company recently ​unveiled a low-end ​model that ​sells for as little as $360.
used to describe a ​business that makes or ​sellscheaperproducts: a low-end ​retailer/​store/​competitor
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low-endnoun [S]

uk   /ˈləʊend/  us   /ˈloʊ-/ (also low end)
the ​cheapest or ​bottomlevel of something: the ​low end of the ​market/​pricerange/​scale
(Definition of low-end from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “low-end”
in Chinese (Simplified) (产品)低端的, 初级的, 廉价的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (產品)低價的, 低檔的, 廉價的…
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