Words nearby lowball
How to use lowball in a sentence
Several former Twitch staff and members of the streaming industry with knowledge of Twitch’s contract offers say that Lupo, in particular, got “lowballed” by Twitch, which made YouTube’s offer more tantalizing.
Fifty-eight is definitely a lowball figure, too, he says, but the team wanted to give a conservative estimate, knowing that future researchers will be able to categorize the regions that weren’t as obvious to find.Jostling in Venus’ crust could reveal clues about Earth’s early geology|Monroe Hammond|June 25, 2021|Popular-Science
During the permit process, all three projects presented calculations regarding vapor cloud explosions based on small potential spills and the model that critics say lowballs the shock wave emanating from a blast.Engineers raise alarms over the risk of major explosions at LNG plants|Will Englund|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
Tech salespeople lowball the cost of service in order to get new customers and then, eventually, have to figure out how to make money on what they sell.How technology might finally start telling farmers things they didn’t already know|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
He also repeatedly lowballed the death count, falsely claiming he saved millions of lives.
This is likely a lowball number but it has the merit to illustrate the tradeoff that raising the minimum wage requires.
You will probably give him a lowball offer in order to pay less.
But over the last few years, the banks have had two enticing reasons to give lowball answers.
British Dictionary definitions for lowball
- a very low estimate or offer
- (as modifier)a lowball bid