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Relatively inexpensive; cheap.‘a low-cost airline’
- ‘However, for anyone on a tight budget, our listings below represent some of the best value low-cost hostel/student lodgings in central London.’
- ‘Over the next three years the proliferation of European retailers in Ireland will bring a growth in low-cost, price-competitive fashion operators.’
- ‘One of the great Mediterranean cities can now be reached with low-cost airline Jet2, by passengers flying from Yorkshire.’
- ‘Based on category, prices of low-cost condominiums fell the most.’
- ‘Some low-cost flights are actually benefiting travelers who decide to maybe snap a bargain at the last minute.’
- ‘The weak dollar makes low-cost, high-quality red Burgundy virtually impossible to find.’
- ‘Some countries with firms that have done little to control emissions could reduce their carbon output through relatively simple, low-cost changes.’
- ‘However, I don't think a few low-cost ads on Prime TV are going to do the job alone.’
- ‘The North Side home also provides low-cost apartments for the elderly poor.’
- ‘He is also calling for a new national health exchange that is supposed to somehow offer low-cost, high-quality health care plans.’
- ‘Firstly, I invest every month in a low-cost index-tracking fund.’
- ‘Many low cost high quality, deeply coloured amethysts are now appearing in inexpensive jewellery.’
- ‘Use by major miners of artisanal produce may lead subsequently to claims of exploitation or taking advantage of low cost labour working in unsafe conditions.’
- ‘Some asked whether Scotland really needed another low-cost airline.’
- ‘We were able to get low-cost loans out to tens of thousands of small businesses.’
- ‘Going forward, Glen Dimplex will have to meet the low-cost manufacturing challenge presented globally by the emerging economic powerhouse in China.’
- ‘They take their daughter to a low-cost clinic for the poor that they heard about from a friend.’
- ‘Your utility company may offer free or low-cost energy audits, or you can conduct your own.’
- ‘Economists say slab should be made in low-cost developing countries, close to a secure supply of raw materials.’
- ‘This label is a low-cost way for the builder to inform the house buyer of the energy - efficient features of the house.’
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