Meaning of “cheap” - Learner’s Dictionary

cheap

adjective us uk /tʃiːp/
Eating out is relatively cheap.It's a safe and fairly cheap source of energy.There's an increasing demand for cheap housing.The clothes are cheap but they're not very good.The city is full of good, cheap restaurants.
NOT EXPENSIVE

A1 not expensive, or costing less than usual:

I got a cheap flight to Spain at the last minute.
It will be a lot cheaper to go by bus.
PAY LESS

A1 where you have to pay less than usual or less than you expect:

Are there any cheap restaurants around here?
LOW QUALITY

low in price and quality:

cheap perfume
PERSON US

not willing to spend money

(Definition of “cheap adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)