Share this entry

Share this page

low-priced

Line breaks: low-priced
(also low-price)

Definition of low-priced in English:

adjective

1Not costing a great deal; inexpensive: low-priced goods
More example sentences
  • Students, and of course their parents, who are on the look out for a low-priced notebook to meet school needs, should definitely consider buying a refurbished notebook computer.
  • He loaded the stores up with hard-to-find gourmet items and low-priced wines.
  • There's a real shortage of low-priced housing in Mexico: a deficit of some 5 million dwellings, with demand growing by 700,000 units a year.
1.1Offering inexpensive goods or services: a low-priced supermarket the competition of low-price airlines
More example sentences
  • Like many low-priced casual chains, Cheesecake doesn't accept reservations, so on weekends the wait for a table routinely exceeds two hours.
  • Some analysts fear that customers fleeing Abercrombie for low-priced rivals won't be back.
  • There was no way to compete with low-priced foreign competitors.

Definition of low-priced in:

Share this entry

Share this page

 

What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day emulous
Pronunciation: ˈɛmjʊləs
adjective
seeking to emulate someone or something