buy cheap

buy cheap
purchase at a very low price

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • buy cheap and sell dear — sell at a profit, by for a low price and resell at a high price (Business) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cheap — [adj1] inexpensive at a bargain, bargain, bargain basement*, bargain counter, bought for a song*, budget, buy, cheapo*, competitive, cost next to nothing*, cut price, cut rate, depreciated, dime a dozen*, easy on the pocketbook*, economical, half …   New thesaurus

  • cheap — [chēp] adj. [< good cheap, favorable bargain < ME god chep (used as transl. of OFr à bon marché) < OE ceap, a purchase, bargain, akin to Ger kaufen, to buy; ult. < L caupo, petty tradesman] 1. low in price or cost; not expensive 2.… …   English World dictionary

  • cheap at the price — british phrase used for emphasizing that something is worth more than it costs He’d spent £60,000 but said his victory was cheap at the price. Thesaurus: cheap and inexpensivesynonym Main entry: cheap * * * cheap at the ˈprice idiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • cheap at half the price — british informal phrase used for emphasizing that something is good value and not expensive Thesaurus: cheap and inexpensivesynonym Main entry: cheap * * * cheap at the ˈprice idiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cheap-Textbooks.com — Cheap Textbooks.com. Type Private Founded 1999 Founder Robert Jones Headquarters Oregon City, OR Industry …   Wikipedia

  • cheap — (adj.) low in price, that may be bought at small cost, c.1500, from god chep favorable bargain (12c., a translation of Fr. a bon marché), from O.E. ceap (n.) traffic, bargain, a purchase, from ceapian (v.) trade, probably an early Germanic… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cheap at twice the price — cheap at the ˈprice idiom (also cheap at ˈtwice the price) (BrE also cheap at ˈhalf the price) so good or useful that the cost does not seem too much • To buy all the recommended equipment is expensive, but as an investment for the future it is… …   Useful english dictionary

  • buy earnings growth — ► to buy shares in a company at a low price compared to the profit the company made in the previous period, hoping that the shares will increase in value: »Bargain minded managers see a chance to buy earnings growth at a cheap price. Main Entry:… …   Financial and business terms

  • Cheap — Cheap, v. i. To buy; to bargain. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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