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  • adj. Having a low price; cheap.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. same as low-cost.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. that you have the financial means for


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  • Saleh is referring to the low-priced commodities like snacks and cosmetics that used to flood into the Gaza Strip from Sinai, via an elaborate network of underground smuggling tunnels.

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  • At the national level, the merger removes one of only four competitors, and a low-priced one at that.

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  • Fujifilm debuts low-priced point-and-shoots with GPS and RAW .

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  • The rise of tablets, in particular, has been seen as a threat to an earlier wave of small, low-priced portable PCs called netbooks.

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  • For those worried about low-priced competition, the city already has 50 Family Dollar outlets.

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  • Cleaning supplies and garbage bags also face particularly stiff competition from low-priced, private-label brands.

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  • The median price of a Manhattan townhouse was $3.4 million, a figure that blends the sale of low-priced rental buildings in Washington Heights with gleaming limestone mansions just off Central Park.

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  • Jujamcyn Theaters President Jordan Roth said low-priced previews would not solve the confusion, as cost information alone would not automatically communicate that the show is possibly not finished.

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  • Pharmaceutical and medical-device companies have been trying to control costs as top-selling medicines face competition from low-priced generic drugs and as governments and private health insurers clamp down on health-care expenditures.


  • Inc. on Monday trumpeted the success of its recently launched Kindle Fire tablet, part of a family of Kindle products that include low-priced e-readers.

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