Definition of low-priced in English:

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low-priced

(also low-price)

adjective

1Not costing a great deal; inexpensive: low-priced goods
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  • Among the highlights of the fair will be the new low-price PCs to be introduced.
  • There are plenty of low-price scanners that will do the trick.
  • Apart from the low-price previews, there's a special two for one offer on Monday nights.
1.1Offering inexpensive goods or services: a low-priced supermarket the competition of low-price airlines
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  • Ford lost the sales lead in the lucrative low-price field in the late 1920s to Chevrolet.
  • Both low-price carriers attribute a substantial portion of the increase in traffic to people who have previously not considered air travel.
  • At that point, the traveller may be unaware of the low-price rival service.
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