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1‘we're not paying good money for shoddy goods’
poor-quality, inferior, second-rate, third-rate, low-grade, cheap, cheapjack, tawdry, rubbishy, trashy, gimcrack, jerry-built, crude, tinny
informal tacky, tatty, junky
British informal ropy, duff, rubbish, grotty
careless, slapdash, sloppy, slipshod, scrappy, untidy, messy, hasty, hurried, negligent, cursory
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