adjective (cheaper, cheapest)
Etymology: From Old English cÄap, trade. Originally a loan from Latin caupo, tradesman, innkeeper, whence also Old High German kouf (see German Kauf) and Finnish kauppa, shop.
- Low in price.
- Of poor quality.
- Of little worth.
- (slang) (Of an action or tactic in a game of skill) unfairly powerful.
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