Definition of low-priced in English:

low-priced

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(also low-price)

adjective

1Not costing a great deal; inexpensive: low-priced goods
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  • 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
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  • 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.

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