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low-quality Line breaks: low-quality

Definition of low-quality in English:

adjective

Of poor or inferior quality: cheap, low-quality ingredients
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  • The focus should always be on high-quality links, not a large quantity of low-quality links.
  • Instead of premium feed, goats are given food industry scraps, low-quality hay, or an overload of cheap grains.
  • To be sure, plenty of companies peddle low-quality products at cheap prices to maximize their profits.

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