cheap collocations and examples

 UK /tʃiːp/

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1

not expensive


Adverbs frequently used with cheap
very: amazingly, extremely, fantastically, incredibly, really, ridiculously, unbelievably, veryBy European standards, the cost of medical care here is incredibly cheap.rather: fairly, pretty, quite, reasonablyWe stayed at the Hotel Alba, which was clean, friendly, and reasonably cheap.in comparisons: considerably, far, a lot, much, relatively, significantly, slightly, substantiallyIt’s often considerably cheaper to buy online than in the store.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with cheap
in a good way: convenient, easy, efficient, fast, quick, reliable, simpleThe treatment is quick, simple, and cheap.of low quality: nasty, shoddy, tackyThe room was clean, but the furniture looked cheap and tacky.
2

unfair, unkind, or dishonest


Nouns frequently used with cheap
jibe, joke, shot, stunt, trickI’m not going to listen to him making cheap jibes about my car.
 
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