Definition of lower-grade in English:

lower-grade

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adjective

  • Of an inferior quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy: inexpensive, lower-grade imitation products staff had been offered lower-grade jobs
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    • These higher quality tracks will cost 99p, while lower-grade, DRM-laden versions will still cost 79p.
    • I'd been given some pain medication to help manage what was now a lower-grade but consistent headache.
    • Each pro rider receives five saddles for the season, and interestingly, many are produced using a lower-grade leather which is said to last longer under the countless of hours the pros spend perched on them.

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