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Cheap

Of or related to the low cost of a good, service, or security. Cheapness is determined by comparing the cost to similar goods, services, and securities. Cheapness is also related to one's ability to buy: what seems cheap to one person may seem expensive to another. Cheapness may, but does not always, indicate a low quality in the good, service, or security.

cheap

Of, relating to, or being a security that sells at a market price below what is expected given fundamental factors such as earnings, assets, and management ability. Determining whether a security is cheap is a subjective judgment. Compare expensive.
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There's space for four - but not for their bags - and a range of cheapish graphics to personalise the outside
You were a club member, you paid X number of quids into the pot and you could turn up at, say, Copt Heath and enjoy a cheapish round.
JAMES WATTANA was advised as a cheapish buy on the Scottish Open outright indices and, purely coincidentally, the refreshed Thai looks by far the best supremacy play today, writes Adrian Humphries.
That was five years ago, as West Bromwich Albion manager, and the word should be cheapish as he was at least given funds from the sale of several multimillion players to spend.
It didn't help From Back Page that we gave two cheapish goals away, but we have to learn by it, prepare and get ready for Thursday.
Some of the plastics have a cheapish feel but otherwise the cabin is a comfortable place to be.
Hence, such cynics more or less ignore this season, save for a few Christmas cards and perhaps a handful of cheapish pressies.
Perhaps the general public should start playing grasping supermarkets at their own game by buying a cheapish pack of cards from whichever pound store they happen to be passing, and donating the pounds 4 they have saved to a good cause instead.
In Sport trim it represents an outstanding buy for anyone seeking a cheapish, well-kitted-out motor with reasonable performance.