- /'tʃi:pli/ adverbwithout paying much money● The salesman was living cheaply at home and claiming an enormous hotel bill on expenses.
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Cheaply — Cheap ly, adv. At a small price; at a low value; in a common or inferior manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
cheaply — cheap cheap [tʆiːp] adjective 1. not costing very much to buy: • At least the accommodation and food are cheap. • Buyers got their orders in while shares were relatively cheap. • the introduction of special cheap fares to France 2 … Financial and business terms
cheaply — cheap, cheaply adverbs. Cheap, used as an adverb, has one meaning, ‘at a low price’, and regularly follows the verb as closely as possible: • Picture books seem to end up by being sold off cheap as remaindered volumes Country Life, 1981. Cheaply… … Modern English usage
cheaply — adverb 1. in a stingy manner their rich uncle treated them rather chintzily • Syn: ↑stingily, ↑chintzily • Derived from adjective: ↑chintzy (for: ↑chintzily), ↑cheap … Useful english dictionary
cheaply — adv. Cheaply is used with these verbs: ↑buy, ↑live, ↑price, ↑print, ↑produce, ↑sell … Collocations dictionary
cheaply — cheap ► ADJECTIVE 1) low in price. 2) charging low prices. 3) inexpensive because of poor quality. 4) of little worth because achieved in a discreditable way. 5) N. Amer. informal miserly. ► ADVERB ▪ at or for a low price … English terms dictionary
cheaply — adverb see cheap II … New Collegiate Dictionary
cheaply — See cheap. * * * … Universalium
cheaply — adverb In a cheap manner; without expending much money … Wiktionary
cheaply — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. economically, inexpensively, reasonably, advantageously, moderately, at a bargain price, at a good price, at a fair price, on sale, at cost, below cost, discounted, at a discount, from a discount house, reduced, at a… … English dictionary for students