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in·ex·pen·sive

 (ĭn′ĭk-spĕn′sĭv)
adj.
Not high in price; cheap.

in′ex·pen′sive·ly adv.
in′ex·pen′sive·ness n.

inexpensive

(ˌɪnɪkˈspɛnsɪv)
adj
not expensive; cheap
ˌinexˈpensively adv
ˌinexˈpensiveness n

in•ex•pen•sive

(ˌɪn ɪkˈspɛn sɪv)

adj.
not expensive; not high in price; costing little.
[1830–40]
in`ex•pen′sive•ly, adv.
in`ex•pen′sive•ness, n.
syn: See cheap.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inexpensive - relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"

inexpensive

adjective cheap, reasonable, low-priced, budget, bargain, modest, low-cost, economical a huge variety of good inexpensive restaurants
dear, expensive, costly, high-priced, pricey, exorbitant, uneconomical

inexpensive

adjective
Low in price:
Translations
رَخِيصٌرَخيص، قَليل الكُلْفَه
levný
billig
edullinenhalpahuokea
jeftin
ódÿr
安い
값싼
nebrangiainebrangus
lēts
cenen
billig
ไม่แพง
không đắtrẻ

inexpensive

[ˌɪnɪksˈpensɪv] ADJeconómico

inexpensive

[ˌɪnɪkˈspɛnsɪv] adjbon marché inv
an inexpensive hotel → un hôtel bon marché
inexpensive holidays → des vacances bon marché

inexpensive

inexpensive

[ˌɪnɪksˈpɛnsɪv] adja buon mercato, poco costoso/a

inexpensive

(inikˈspensiv) adjective
not costly; not expensive. inexpensive clothes.
ˌinexˈpensively adverb

inexpensive

رَخِيصٌ levný billig preiswert φθηνός económico huokea bon marché jeftin economico 安い 값싼 goedkoop rimelig niedrogi barato недорогой billig ไม่แพง pahalı olmayan không đắt 便宜的
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Tarlatan and tulle were cheap at Nice, so she enveloped herself in them on such occasions, and following the sensible English fashion of simple dress for young girls, got up charming little toilettes with fresh flowers, a few trinkets, and all manner of dainty devices, which were both inexpensive and effective.
X said he had not known, before, that there were people honest enough to do this miracle in public, but he was aware that thousands upon thousands of labels were imported into America from Europe every year, to enable dealers to furnish to their customers in a quiet and inexpensive way all the different kinds of foreign wines they might require.
Life was rather dull and dreary, however, and in the chill and gloom of November weather, with the vision of other people's turkeys bursting with fat, and other people's golden pumpkins and squashes and corn being garnered into barns, the young Simpsons groped about for some inexpensive form of excitement, and settled upon the selling of soap for a premium.
The Orfling was likewise accommodated with an inexpensive lodging in the same neighbourhood.
With books so inexpensive and accessible to all as they are to-day, no one need run any risks of marrying the wrong woman.
Captain Harville had taken his present house for half a year; his taste, and his health, and his fortune, all directing him to a residence inexpensive, and by the sea; and the grandeur of the country, and the retirement of Lyme in the winter, appeared exactly adapted to Captain Benwick's state of mind.
It vexes me to hear people talk so glibly of "feeling," "expression," "tone," and those other easily acquired and inexpensive technicalities of art that make such a fine show in conversations concerning pictures.
There was a regular supply of inexpensive fiction written to order by poor hacks for the consumption of the illiterate.
It had given these subject races cigarettes, boots, bowler hats, cricket, race meetings, cheap revolvers, petroleum, the factory system of industry, halfpeuny newspapers in both English and the vernacular, inexpensive university degrees, motor-bicycles and electric trams; it had produced a considerable literature expressing contempt for the Subject Races, and rendered it freely accessible to them, and it had been content to believe that nothing would result from these stimulants because somebody once wrote "the immemorial east"; and also, in the inspired words of Kipling--
The women took no notice of the strangers, except that their hands paused for a moment and their long narrow eyes slid round and fixed upon them with the motionless inexpensive gaze of those removed from each other far far beyond the plunge of speech.
Thus while I tell the truth about loobies, my reader's imagination need not be entirely excluded from an occupation with lords; and the petty sums which any bankrupt of high standing would be sorry to retire upon, may be lifted to the level of high commercial transactions by the inexpensive addition of proportional ciphers.
It is very inexpensive, and I should be able to go on with my work all the time.