Definition of dirt cheap in English:

dirt cheap

Line breaks: dirt cheap

adverb& adjective

Extremely cheap: [as adverb]: the auctioneers let us have the stuff dirt cheap [as adjective]: a dirt-cheap price
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  • These lands were then handed over at dirt-cheap prices to industrialists, miners and hoteliers or were used for creating housing enclaves for the elite, including those in the bureaucracy.
  • Although the Haier brand is making inroads into the global consumer consciousness, analysts say the deciding factor for overseas buyers is still its dirt-cheap prices.
  • They sell tonnes of electronics, mostly working, for dirt-cheap prices.

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