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low-end

(lō′ĕnd′)
adj.
1. Cheapest in a line of merchandise: low-end subcompact cars.
2. Informal Of, relating to, or intended for low-income consumers; downscale: a low-end department store.

low′-end`



adj.
relatively inexpensive of its kind: a low-end car.
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