- able to be purchased or acquired at relatively little cost: low-cost life insurance; low-cost housing.
Origin of low-cost
First recorded in 1930–35
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Examples from the Web for low-cost
An amendment was introduced to block the low-cost carrier from flying to the U.S. Is this about safety or competition?Congress Wants to Keep Norwegian Airlines’ Cheap Flights Out of America
July 11, 2014
UberX, the low-cost version of the popular ride-sharing app, is now cheaper in New York City than a taxi.Uber’s Battle Against Its Drivers Continues
July 8, 2014
Everything else costs extra, following a detailed pricing scheme reminiscent of those used by low-cost airlines.Confessions of a Human Trafficker Who Smuggled Desperate Migrants Into Europe
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June 5, 2014
Allow anyone who wants to, regardless of income or age, to purchase a low-cost “catastrophic plan.”With More Competition and Choice, Obamacare Might Not Be So Horrible
May 12, 2014
Western democrats became hypocrites in the face of consultancy contracts or low-cost oil and gas.Britain’s KGB Sugar Daddy
March 7, 2014
We must help obtain more modern mass transit within our communities as well as low-cost transportation between them.
This arrangement would require a low-cost force-pump to force the water to the tank.
It is entirely unnecessary to place the pumps in the yards of low-cost houses, as is so common.