As cheap as dirt

extremely cheap

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • cheap as dirt — (Slang) cheap as chips, very cheap, extremely inexpensive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • as cheap as dirt — Australian Slang extremely cheap …   English dialects glossary

  • as cheap as dirt — extremely cheap, very inexpensive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dirt-cheap — [dʉrt′chēp′] adj., adv. Informal as cheap as dirt; very inexpensive(ly) …   English World dictionary

  • dirt cheap — adjective very cheap a dirt cheap property • Similar to: ↑cheap, ↑inexpensive * * * I. adjective : exceedingly cheap II. adverb : at an exceedingly low price * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • cheap — I UK [tʃiːp] / US [tʃɪp] adjective Word forms cheap : adjective cheap comparative cheaper superlative cheapest *** 1) a) not expensive People should have access to cheap, fresh food. The local buses are cheap and reliable. a cheap and plentiful… …   English dictionary

  • cheap as chips — (Slang) cheap as dirt, very cheap, extremely inexpensive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dirt cheap — {adj.} Extremely inexpensive. * /The apartment we are renting is dirt cheap compared to other apartments of similar size in this neighborhood./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • dirt cheap — adj, adv informal extremely cheap ▪ Such cheap goods obviously rely on dirt cheap labor. ▪ I got these shoes dirt cheap …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dirt-cheap — adj. costing much less than standard price; as, the store went out of business and sold their remaining stock for dirt cheap prices. Syn: bargain priced, cut rate, cut price. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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