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bottom-of-the-line

[ bot-uhm-uhv-thuh-lahyn ]
/ ˈbɒt əm əv ðəˌlaɪn /
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adjective
being the cheapest item of its kind made by a manufacturer; produced as inexpensively as possible (opposed to top-of-the-line): bottom-of-the-line merchandise that has no warranty.
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