cheaply cheaply  /ˈtʃip li/


  1. (adv) in a stingy manner
  2. (adv) in a cheap manner
  3. (adv) with little expenditure of money


  1. Not only does it have the potential to become the world's largest producer, but no other country can do it as cheaply.
  2. But Bezos' mantra has remained constant: Try to give your customers the biggest selection at the best prices, delivered cheaply and easily.
  3. I think people in America sold out very cheaply, for sneakers and cheeseburgers.


  • Wave Partners With Box, MailChimp, General Assembly And More To Launch One-Stop Shopping Tool For Startups

    A new convergence of startups and Internet companies has come together to provide other early-stage companies with the tools required to get up and running quickly, and most importantly, cheaply. It's sort of like a Humble Indie Bundle, except instead of gaming, offers software from Wave, Box, MailChimp, Zendesk, Uberflip and General Assembly that most brand new internet ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: TechCrunch


  1. "We can only buy one or two big, £20m players a year," Benitez said in The Times. "If we want to have money available, then we have to sell some players. We have to sell expensive and buy as cheaply as possible."
    on Nov 17, 2009 By: Rafael Benitez Source:

  2. "We need to put to rest the prejudices and the hate that is allowed ...... to be perpetuated so easily and cheaply," said Carrion, who is of Puerto Rican descent.
    on Apr 14, 2007 By: Adolfo Carrion Jr Source: Forbes

  3. ...since a rare surge in food prices gave the Nixon administration a political scare, government policy, expressed in commodity subsidies, has been, Pollan writes, to sell "large quantities of calories as cheaply as possible," especially...
    on Mar 6, 2009 By: Michael Pollan Source: Washington Post

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