dirt-cheap

[durt-cheep]
adjective
1.
very inexpensive: The house may need a lot of work, but it was dirt-cheap.
adverb
2.
cheaply: They got it dirt-cheap.

Origin:
1815–25

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dirt-cheap
 
adj, —adv
informal at an extremely low price

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Example sentences
Dirt-cheap oil a decade ago was terribly distorting.
Hopefully, some of the future plans will be dirt-cheap, allowing people to amortize the initial cost of the unlocked phone.
It's not quite as dirt-cheap as it used to be, but it still is one of your must-do stops on your trip.
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