Meaning of CHEAP in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English chep, from Old English cēap trade; akin to Old High German kouf trade; both ultimately from Latin caupo tradesman Date: before 12th century bargain , II. adjective Date: 1509 1. purchasable below the going price or the real value, charging or obtainable at a low price , depreciated in value (as by currency inflation) , gained or done with little effort , 3. of inferior quality or worth ; tawdry , sleazy , contemptible because of lack of any fine, lofty, or redeeming qualities , stingy , obtainable at a low rate of interest, ~ adverb ~ish adjective ~ishly adverb ~ly adverb ~ness noun

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