- inexpensive UK US /ˌɪnɪkˈspensɪv/ adjective► not costing much money: »
The company began with inexpensive products but eventually moved into the middle levels and high end of the market.comparatively/fairly/relatively inexpensive »
CDs are a fairly inexpensive way to store data.inexpensively adverb► »
The internet allows investors to inexpensively research investment opportunities.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
См. также в других словарях:
inexpensively — inexpensive ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not costing a great deal; cheap. DERIVATIVES inexpensively adverb inexpensiveness noun … English terms dictionary
inexpensively — adverb see inexpensive … New Collegiate Dictionary
inexpensively — See inexpensive. * * * … Universalium
inexpensively — adverb In an inexpensive manner … Wiktionary
inexpensively — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. economically, advantageously, reasonably; see cheaply … English dictionary for students
inexpensively — adv. cheaply, without great cost … English contemporary dictionary
inexpensively — in·expensively … English syllables
inexpensively — See: inexpensive … English dictionary
inexpensively — adverb 1. in a cheap manner a cheaply dressed woman approached him in the bar • Syn: ↑cheaply, ↑tattily • Ant: ↑expensively (for: ↑cheaply) … Useful english dictionary
inexpensive — inexpensively, adv. inexpensiveness, n. /in ik spen siv/, adj. not expensive; not high in price; costing little. [1830 40; IN 3 + EXPENSIVE] Syn. See cheap. Ant. costly. * * * … Universalium