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Chawed

tʃɔː

Meanings of Chawed:

verb

Chew (something, especially tobacco).

Usage examples:

Now just about anyone can don stetsons and chaw tobacco
noun

An act of chewing something, especially something not intended to be swallowed.

Usage examples:

Enjoying a good chaw

Meanings of Chawing:

verb

Chew (something, especially tobacco).

Usage examples:

Now just about anyone can don stetsons and chaw tobacco
noun

An act of chewing something, especially something not intended to be swallowed.

Usage examples:

Enjoying a good chaw

Chaws

tʃɔː

Meanings of Chaws:

noun

An act of chewing something, especially something not intended to be swallowed.

Usage examples:

Enjoying a good chaw
verb

Chew (something, especially tobacco).

Usage examples:

Now just about anyone can don stetsons and chaw tobacco

Meanings of Chayote:

noun

A succulent green pear-shaped tropical fruit that resembles cucumber in flavour.

Usage examples:

To make it onto northern market shelves, chayote must be light green, smooth to the touch, about 15…

Meanings of Chayotes:

noun

A succulent green pear-shaped tropical fruit that resembles cucumber in flavour.

Usage examples:

To make it onto northern market shelves, chayote must be light green, smooth to the touch, about 15…

Cheap

tʃiːp

Meanings of Cheap:

adjective

Low in price, especially in relation to similar items or services.

Usage examples:

Local buses were reliable and cheap
adverb

At or for a low price.

Usage examples:

A house that was going cheap because of the war

Meanings of Cheap shot:

noun

An unfair, negative remark made by someone to achieve an advantage over someone else

Usage examples:

Making fun of his name was a cheap shot.

Meanings of Cheap-and-cheerful:

phrase

Cheap but good or enjoyable

Usage examples:

There's a restaurant round the corner that serves cheap and cheerful food., he has designed a colle…

Meanings of Cheap-and-nasty:

phrase

Costing little and of very bad quality

Usage examples:

They sold cheap and nasty watches at hugely inflated prices., i never buy clothes from there becaus…

Cheapen

ˈtʃiː.pən

Meanings of Cheapen:

verb

Reduce the price of.

Usage examples:

The depreciation of the dollar would cheapen us exports

Meanings of Cheapened:

verb

Reduce the price of.

Usage examples:

The depreciation of the dollar would cheapen us exports

Cheapening

ˈtʃiːp(ə)n

Meanings of Cheapening:

verb

Reduce the price of.

Usage examples:

The depreciation of the dollar would cheapen us exports

Cheapens

ˈtʃiːp(ə)n

Meanings of Cheapens:

verb

Reduce the price of.

Usage examples:

The depreciation of the dollar would cheapen us exports

Cheaper

tʃiːp

Meanings of Cheaper:

adjective

Low in price, especially in relation to similar items or services.

Usage examples:

Local buses were reliable and cheap
adverb

At or for a low price.

Usage examples:

A house that was going cheap because of the war

Cheapest

tʃiːp

Meanings of Cheapest:

adjective

Low in price, especially in relation to similar items or services.

Usage examples:

Local buses were reliable and cheap
adverb

At or for a low price.

Usage examples:

A house that was going cheap because of the war

Cheapie

ˈtʃiːpi

Meanings of Cheapie:

adjective

Inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

Just buy a cheapie laptop
noun

Something that is inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

We regularly go from boutique hotels to budget cheapies

Cheapies

ˈtʃiːpi

Meanings of Cheapies:

noun

Something that is inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

We regularly go from boutique hotels to budget cheapies
adjective

Inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

Just buy a cheapie laptop

Cheapjack

ˈtʃiːpdʒak

Meanings of Cheapjack:

noun

A seller of cheap inferior goods, typically a hawker at a fair or market.

Usage examples:

A cheapjack calling himself dr marigold took pity on this deaf and dumb child who resembled his dau…
adjective

Of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

A cheapjack vehicle

Cheaply

ˈtʃiːpli

Meanings of Cheaply:

adverb

In an inexpensive way.

Usage examples:

Cheaply priced designer furniture

Cheapo

ˈtʃiː.pəʊ

Meanings of Cheapo:

adjective

Inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

A cheapo version of the guitar
noun

Something that is inexpensive and tyically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

Higher quality shoes wear more slowly than cheapos

Meanings of Cheapos:

noun

Something that is inexpensive and tyically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

Higher quality shoes wear more slowly than cheapos
adjective

Inexpensive and typically of inferior quality.

Usage examples:

A cheapo version of the guitar

Meanings of Cheapskate:

noun

A miserly person.

Usage examples:

She told him he was a cheapskate

Cheapskates

ˈtʃiːpskeɪt

Meanings of Cheapskates:

noun

A miserly person.

Usage examples:

She told him he was a cheapskate

Cheat

tʃiːt

Meanings of Cheat:

verb

Act dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage.

Usage examples:

She always cheats at cards
noun

A person who behaves dishonestly in order to gain an advantage.

Usage examples:

Athletes who abide by the rules are up against cheats with a distinct advantage.

Meanings of Cheat on:

phrasal verb

Be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage

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