cut-price cut-price

Definition(s):

  • (adj) costing less than standard price

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The dangers are greatest in places like Shenzhen that specialize in cut-price procedures.
  2. With its new cut-price computer and iPod Shuffle, Apple hits the small time.
  3. If your idea of cut-price accommodation in Asia is a narrow bunk, a wheezing air-conditioner and bugs for roommates, then Singaporean Loh Lik Peng has a pleasant surprise for you.

News

  1. AFRICA INVESTMENT: Africa's taste for a top tipple draws in luxury brands

    By Tim Cocks and David Dolan LAGOS/JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - With its rows of wooden shacks selling street food and cut-price haircuts, Lagos island's McCarthy Street isn't the kind of place you'd think to raise a glass of bubbly. But turn into a side door on one of its ramshackle buildings, and there's a small bar stocking Moet & Chandon, along with Hennessey brandy, Johnnie Walker whisky and ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

  2. Google faces EU probe on Android licensing, FT reports

    Google is facing a probe from European antitrust authorities related to allegations the company supported its Android platform and mobile services through cut-price licensing and exclusivity deals, reports ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. Speaking yesterday Mayor of London Ken Livingstone said the new fares scheme meant "London has one of the most extensive cut-price travel schemes for families with children anywhere in Europe." "My first aim as mayor is to work to guarantee...
    on Apr 2, 2007 By: Ken Livingstone Source: MayorWatch

  2. Baker said: "It is shameless and inappropriate for a Prime Minister to cadge free or cut-price holidays in this way."
    on Dec 29, 2006 By: Norman Baker Source: GulfNews

  3. Mr Cameron complained: "Try and buy a newspaper and, as you queue to pay, you're surrounded by cut-price offers for giant chocolate bars. As Britain faces an obesity crisis, why does WH Smith's promote Chocolate Oranges at its checkouts instead of...
    on Jan 5, 2006 By: David Cameron Source: Mirror.co.uk

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