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  • cut in prices — lowering of prices, reduction of prices, making inexpensive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cut-rater — /kut ray teuhr/, n. a person or company that offers goods or services at cut rate prices. [CUT RATE + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • cut-rater — /kut ray teuhr/, n. a person or company that offers goods or services at cut rate prices. [CUT RATE + ER1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut-throat — ˈcut throat adjective [only before a noun] COMMERCE involving businesses competing very strongly with each other, for example by offering lower prices which may force some businesses to fail: • Cut throat competition is keeping ticket prices low …   Financial and business terms

  • Cut-throat — Cut throat, cutthroat or cut throat may refer to: A murderer Cut throat competition, a competition results in reducing prices A highly competitive person or organization Any three player game in which each player plays for him or herself; a 1 on… …   Wikipedia

  • cut-price — ˈcut price also ˈcut rate adjective [only before a noun] 1. selling products or services at extremely low prices: • Britain s biggest cut price supermarket chain 2. costing much less than other products of the same type: • petrol stations selling …   Financial and business terms

  • cut-price — adj also .cut rate especially AmE 1.) cut price goods or services are cheaper than usual ▪ cut price toys ▪ a travel operator offering cut price deals 2.) a cut price shop sells goods at reduced prices ▪ cut price supermarkets …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cut your own throat — phrase to behave in a way that causes serious harm or trouble for yourself If I sold them at that price I’d be cutting my own throat. Thesaurus: to cause problems for yourselfsynonym Main entry: cut * * * cut your own throat see ↑throat …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut-throat — cut|throat [ˈkʌtθrəut US θrout] adj [usually before noun] a cut throat activity or business involves people competing with each other in an unpleasant way ▪ Cut throat competition is keeping prices low. ▪ the cut throat world of advertising …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cut both ways — cut both/two ways ► to work in two ways, or to have two opposite effects: »Setting prices high cuts both ways – it could lose some customers, but it also suggests high quality. Main Entry: ↑cut …   Financial and business terms

  • cut both/two ways — ► to work in two ways, or to have two opposite effects: »Setting prices high cuts both ways – it could lose some customers, but it also suggests high quality. Main Entry: ↑cut …   Financial and business terms

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