Meaning of CHEAP in English

adj. 1 inexpensive, low-priced, bargain-priced, low-cost, sale-priced, cut-price, reasonable; economy, budget(-priced) He was chewing on a cheap cigar Everything used to be a lot cheaper when I was younger. 2 economical; reduced Eggs are cheaper by the dozen 3 shoddy, base, shabby, tawdry, sleazy, tatty, seedy; inferior, low-grade, poor, second-rate, trashy, worthless, Brit twopenny or tuppenny; Colloq tacky, Brit tinpot, Slang US two-bit, lousy, chintzy Those cheap pictures ruin the look of the place 4 stingy, miserly, penurious, niggardly, penny-pinching, cheese-paring, frugal, tight, tight-fisted, Scrooge-like, skinflinty That cheap brother of yours wouldn't give even a penny to a beggar

adv. 5 inexpensively, cheaply, for a song, Brit for twopence or tuppence You can buy those cheap from any street vendor 6 cheaply, easily, reasonably, for a song, Brit for twopence or tuppence She has sold cheap that which she holds most dear

n. 7 on the cheap. inexpensively, reasonably, cheaply, at or below cost, for a song, Brit for twopence or tuppence; Slang for peanuts We buy these watches on the cheap and sell them to tourists

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.