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cheap (CHEEP) (adjective)
1. Not expensive or not costing a lot of money: You can always get a cheap meal at this restaurant.
2. Low quality, not worth a lot of money: These curtains were made of cheap fabric.
3. Not willing to share or to spend money: Bill was too cheap to pay for the dinner.
cheep (CHEEP) (verb)
To chirp or to peep, as a baby chick or to make a quick high sound: The newly hatched chick had to cheep loudly in order for its mother to come and feed it.

Seth has a less expensive bird for sale which he calls a cheap cheep or at least a cheaper cheeper.

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(Latin: cheap, worthless, base, common; low status, low quality)