cheap as chips
- Phrs. Extremely cheap. Chips, referring to French Fries, and from the period when they were considered an inexpensive meal.
English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.
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cheap as chips — (UK) If something is very inexpensive, it is as cheap as chips … The small dictionary of idiomes
cheap as chips — (UK) If something is very inexpensive, it is as cheap as chips. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
cheap as chips — (Slang) cheap as dirt, very cheap, extremely inexpensive … English contemporary dictionary
cheap as chips — adjective Very cheap, not costing much … Wiktionary
As cheap as chips — extremely cheap … Dictionary of Australian slang
as cheap as chips — Australian Slang extremely cheap … English dialects glossary
cheap — /tʃip / (say cheep) adjective 1. of a relatively low price; at a bargain. 2. costing little labour or trouble. 3. charging low prices: a very cheap shop. 4. of poor quality: that material is cheap and nasty. 5. obtainable at a low rate of… … Australian English dictionary
cheap — adjective /tʃiːp/ a) Low and/or reduced in price. b) Of poor quality. Syn: bargain, inexpensive, frugal, no frills, priced off, flimsy … Wiktionary
cheap as dirt — (Slang) cheap as chips, very cheap, extremely inexpensive … English contemporary dictionary
Chips Mackinolty — was born in 1954 in Morwell. He was involved in the campaigns against the war in Vietnam by producing posters. He was a key figure in the radical poster movement and was introduced to screenprinting in Goulburn Street, Sydney. During the 1970s … Wikipedia