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Princeton's WordNet

  1. low-cost, low-priced, affordableadjective

    that you have the financial means for

    "low-cost housing"

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  1. low-costadjective

    Low in price.

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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. Apeel CEO James Roger:

    If you don't need to install electricity grids and refrigeration equipment at every point along that supply chain — and can instead deliver a pouch of our material, which is lightweight and low cost to distribute, to a remote region where it can then be applied — you now have an extra week to transport it without refrigeration, that has the opportunity to be really transformative.

  2. Gary Miliefsky:

    [They] have become so frequent and due to the massively deployed secret botnets (malware running on computers all over the globe), you can lease a DDoS attack against any target, like Dyn, for a very low cost, in addition, with the exponential power of computing, one can build DoS equipment for less than $300.

  3. Steve Wozniak:

    Back then, when you bought electronic things like TVs and radios, every bit of the circuits and designs were included on paper. Total open source, if you know what you're doing... you could repair a lot of things at low cost. But it's even more precious to know that you did it yourself.

  4. The Cameroonian entrepreneur:

    We realized that there was a need to create a low cost channel to educate women on when they should go for antenatal care and when they should take their babies for vaccination.

  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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