cheapie


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cheapie

n. a cheaply made article. (see also el cheapo.) It broke. I guess it was a cheapie.
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The cheapie wedding at the Little Church of the West in America's gaming capital yesterday cost multi-millionaire Evans just over pounds 250.
Although no cheapie, the early Range Rovers sold like hot cakes, a whirlwind popularity that underpinned the vehicle's amazing future.
Airlines have been slammed by watchdogs over adverts that con flyers about the real cost of cheapie flights.
Perodua, Malaysia's second biggest car-maker after Proton, plans to export the Nippa, a cheapie car - priced around pounds 6000 - based on the Daihatsu Mira, to the UK.
What started life as an agricultural cheapie has been fettled and polished into something far more refined.
At PS24,775 it is no cheapie and there is a lot of scope for optional extras.
No, the grey hairs haven't caught up with me – yet – not while the cheapie shops still stock my favourite hair dye at a quid a pop.
Despite sounding like an old Charles Bronson cheapie, here's a film that is both wanton and well made.
Despite sounding like an old Charles Bronson cheapie, here is a film that is both wanton and well made.
Rather than rushing out another Tinker Bell cheapie, Disney has actually given the film a decent budget, and it's not just the under-10s who'll be entranced.
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We're pretty sure many of you are looking to get in on cheapie deals, and why not?
She is not the only cheapie who went on to big-race success, suggesting BBAG has been underestimated by owners and agents.
But this does not mean it is just the cheapie as it features some remarkable qualities.
He was spotted in economy on cheapie airline TAP last week.