• Definition for "cheapen"
    • to create low priced or less expensive.
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cheapen definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create low priced or less expensive.
    • To lower in public areas estimation; debase or degrade: misconduct that cheapened a higher workplace.
    • To ask the price of; to bid, steal, or chaffer for.
    • To beat along the price of; to lessen the worth of; to depreciate.
    • In order to make inexpensive or cheaper.
    • To lower in public estimation; debase or degrade: misconduct that cheapened increased workplace.
    • to inquire of the cost of; to bid, discount, or chaffer for.
    • To beat along the cost of; to minimize the value of; to depreciate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become inexpensive or cheaper.
    • In order to become cheap or cheaper.
  • verb:
    • to reduce the worth of; to make inexpensive
    • in order to make vulgar
    • to become cheaper
    • to bargain for, ask the price tag on.
    • lower the standard of something; lower its really worth
    • to decrease the value of; to produce low priced
    • to create vulgar
    • to become cheaper
    • to bargain for, ask the buying price of.
    • lower the standard of some thing; lower its really worth
  • others:
    • To ask the cost of; chaffer or steal for.
    • To beat along the cost of.
    • to cut back in price or expense; make less expensive: as, to cheapen the price of production; to cheapen the necessaries of life.
    • To lessen the worthiness of; depreciate or belittle; make too typical: as, to cheapen an individual's self when you're also officious.
    • To ask the cost of; chaffer or steal for.
    • To beat along the price of.
    • to lessen in price or expense; make cheaper: because, to cheapen the price of production; to cheapen the necessaries of life.
    • to minimize the worthiness of; depreciate or belittle; make too common: since, to cheapen one's self by being also officious.
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