from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Cheap.
- n. One who is cheap.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Inexpensive and of poor quality.
- n. A person who is stingy, a cheapskate.
ZDNet's Dancho Danchev has a nice little investigative piece about the underground economy in cheapo Indian data-centers that break CAPTCHAs for spammers all day long:
Kate Gilbert's Peapod jacket from Knitting Daily done in cheapo Plymouth Encore DK (which I've found washes really well) for a friend's one year old.
The "cheapo" 700s are about $600, and are outgunned by the T/C, a whole Benjamin less.
They're made by Hoyt, and it definitely does not shoot like a "cheapo".
Dave, tell your friend Phil not to knock the "cheapo" ammo at Wal-Mart.
In a more sensible era, Joe Eszterhas's script for Basic instinct at best might have been grist for a tawdry little B movie about murder and sexual obsession, the kind of cheapo noir thriller cranked out in the '40s and' 50s.
I can understand the argument that some people are so deeply buried in debts that they can't even get a "cheapo" credit card — it's definitely possible, although one can only wonder how they are still able to pay for Internet access and electric power.
If the before was actually hand painted and not some kind of cheapo wallpaper, it looked way better than the "after" in my opinion. breezie on March 31st 2010 at 2: 09pm view breezie's
Not a fan of the psychedelic look, quite frankly that kind of cheapo porn star video went out years ago, and that bit on the Zebra … seriously WTF?
Pick up the "cheapo" every now and then, just to preserve the skills, and see what the future brings.
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