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low-end

[loh-end] /ˈloʊˌɛnd/
adjective, Informal.
1.
relatively cheap or inexpensive of its kind:
We don't need an expensive car—a low-end model will do.
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Examples from the web for low-end
  • If your neighborhood is dark enough you can see some good stuff even with a low-end scope.
  • The low-end pricing for dishes is lower than cable, but the channel selection isn't as good.
  • The food is from the rejects section of some kind of low-end test kitchen.
  • low-end pirates may not be interested in the cargo being transported.
  • Leisure travelers are much more inclined to bunk in with a friend or seek out a low-end hotel.
  • Formerly the king of all things mobile, the company used to dominate the low-end phone industry.
  • And the left is complaining because it fears it will depress low-end wages.
  • Domestic manufacturers have largely abandoned the low-end tyre market.
  • The group is also marrying high- and low-end innovation.
  • If he does, he'll be worth monitoring to see if he can provide consistent low-end value.
Slang definitions & phrases for low-end

low-rent

adjective

Cheap; second-rate; inferior: and from that low-rent lunch at the Century Plaza/ Plug themselves into some low-rent section of the brain. Some dud bit of the brain/ I'm having trouble deciding whether he's classically Rabelaisian or just low-end


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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