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Princeton's WordNet

  1. low-cost, low-priced, affordableadjective

    that you have the financial means for

    "low-cost housing"

Wiktionary

  1. low-costadjective

    Low in price.

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  1. low-cost

    Low-cost refers to items, goods, services, or activities that are relatively inexpensive or affordable in comparison to similar options, indicating a smaller amount of money needed to purchase or utilize them. It may also refer to strategies aimed at minimizing cost while maximizing profit or value.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of low-cost in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of low-cost in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of low-cost in a Sentence

  1. Jacek Krawczyk:

    The relationship between the local airports and low-cost carriers is suicidal.

  2. Donald Walker:

    If you have a high labor, easy-to-ship part, it has already gone, for the most part, to a low-cost jurisdiction, a bigger issue is how fast do you have intelligent robotics replace manual labor everywhere in the world.

  3. Alexander Morozov:

    It is our role to provide financing to the companies that need it and that is what we have been doing over previous months, we see the current situation as an opportunity to expand our loan portfolio in certain parts of the economy, such as exporters. We have an excess of dollar liquidity at very low cost and we intend to use it.

  4. Stephen Nigro:

    And the short-run manufacturing is really what we’re pushing, when you get into [the] manufacturing [segment], that’s a 12 trillion dollar industry -- [though] we have a long way to go. But HP appears to be off to a good start. I think HP has a real game-changing technology on its hands here, Joe Kempton, an analyst at market researcher Canalys, said. As long as the company can come through with the type of speed and low cost advantages that it has promised. And higher volume production is the next stage for 3D printing.

  5. Greg Henderson:

    Our technology can all share the same infrastructure, a single person, or a train with a thousand people could take advantage of this incredibly efficient low-cost, new maglev technology.

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