- /'tʃi:pnəs/ nounthe fact of being cheap● The cheapness of the pound means that many more tourists will come to London.
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cheapness — UK US /ˈtʃiːpnəs/ noun [U] ► the fact of something having a low price: »The cheapness of fast food is one of its main attractions … Financial and business terms
Cheapness — Cheap ness, n. Lowness in price, considering the usual price, or real value. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Cheapness — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Cheapness >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 cheapness cheapness low price Sgm: N 1 depreciation depreciation Sgm: N 1 bargain bargain Sgm: N 1 good penny good penny &c. worth Sgm: N 1 snap snap … English dictionary for students
cheapness — noun The state of being cheap Her mother, in 1684, retiring withher daughter, for cheapness, to some place in Surrey, (she does not tell us where,) became acquainted with Dr. Glisson, ... Syn: frugality, parsimony, thriftiness … Wiktionary
cheapness — (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Low price Nouns 1. cheapness, inexpensiveness, cut rates, low, budget, or reduced price; sale, discount, depreciation, price war, going out of business sale; drug on the market; loss leader; buyer s… … English dictionary for students
cheapness — 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
cheapness — noun see cheap II … New Collegiate Dictionary
cheapness — See cheaply. * * * … Universalium
cheapness — cheapÂ·ness || tÊƒÉªËpÉ™nÉªs n. inexpensiveness … English contemporary dictionary
cheapness — cheap·ness … English syllables