American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Cheapest in a line of merchandise: low-end subcompact cars.
- adj. Informal Of, relating to, or intended for low-income consumers; downscale: a low-end department store.
- adj. Cheap or inexpensive; low-quality.
“Bidding on Priceline, I got a room in the heart of South Beach at the Chesterfield Hotel what I would call a low-end boutique - more cool than luxe, with walls a bit too thin if you plan to sleep late after staying out until 5 a.m. for $103 a night, including taxes and the preposterously named "resort fee.”
“Since taking the reins in 2009, Mr. Nordberg has shifted the company away from low-end handsets while forging deeper ties with its Japanese parent.”
“Here in Morelia, I've been watching the remodel of a low-end mall not far from my house.”
“The low-end of the fiscal 2012 estimates assumes slower growth from softening demand, Mr. Freda said.”
“And not just in low-end industries: the ITC foresees the electronic equipment manufacturing industry, with average wages of $30.38 in 2008, as a major victim.”
“The panel deemed that the offence merited a low-end entry-point sanction and gave the player credit for his guilty plea and good record.”
“Coates says lots of products - toys, T-shirts, socks, low-end electronics - they're so much cheaper in China that no reasonable amount of currency changes are going to make much of a difference.”
“He says sure, America can't compete against China for low-end commodity goods.”
“She plans to buy a low-end local model for a trip to Tibet.”
“But these are low-end systems that have graphics adapters integrated into the chipsets that support the main processor and that share memory with the processor and everything it does.”
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