Hay 2 traducciones principales de dirt cheap en Español

: dirt cheap1dirt cheap2

dirt cheap1

baratísimo, adj.

adjetivo

coloquial

  • 1

    baratísimo
    regalado coloquial
    tirado coloquial
    • While not a bad price for an international flight during peak season, most American's seem to have become accustomed to dirt-cheap flights as discounters proliferate domestically.
    • They sell tonnes of electronics, mostly working, for dirt-cheap prices.
    • When taking a dirt-cheap bus ride, you get what you pay for.
    • Much of the coastline is dotted with dirt-cheap wind-blown chalet resorts where there is little to think about except sun and lunch, but there are a couple of places which stand head and shoulders above the rest.
    • Even today, the Berlin skyline is littered with construction cranes, and signs in both English and German offer dirt-cheap rates on never-been-used apartment and office buildings.
    • Moving here was remarkably easy for me; I had a dirt-cheap rent-controlled apartment waiting, abandoned for one year by a friend who was gathering dissertation research in Paris.
    • Factor in the absolute power of today's computers and the dirt-cheap storage / RAM prices, and there's a revolution waiting to happen.
    • What's attracting buyout firms and hedge funds to energy are the potential gobs of money to be made from buying power plants at dirt-cheap prices.
    • These lands were then handed over at dirt-cheap prices to industrialists, miners and hoteliers or were used for creating housing enclaves for the elite, including those in the bureaucracy.
    • Although the Haier brand is making inroads into the global consumer consciousness, analysts say the deciding factor for overseas buyers is still its dirt-cheap prices.
    • I was pleasantly surprised to discover a clamorous, dim room filled with networked computers available dirt-cheap.
    • Julien Clot-Goudard, coordinator of Éco-Quartier Rosemont-Petite-Patrie, says the city had the idea of selling the bins dirt-cheap to promote composting but forgot to give someone the job of distributing them.
    • But the real reason I chose the Logitech headset was because it was dirt-cheap and it could be used with a PC like earphones.
    • Letham says the arrival of digital cinema - which replaces huge, fragile reels of film with dirt-cheap discs - has made it economically possible to return classic movies to the big screen.
    • Instead, the U.S. has lost hundreds of thousands of good jobs, as our corporate stallions have stampeded to poverty-stricken nations to take advantage of powerless and dirt-cheap labor.
    • We had a dirt-cheap lease so we could offer really great rates.
    • He placed adverts in local papers in Yorkshire offering dirt-cheap package holidays to Folkestone for the week targeted at pensioners with little spare cash.
    • Fares increase as the aircraft fills up, especially on very popular routes, so passengers need to buy early to get the dirt-cheap fares.
    • But the rest of the manufacturing sector relies on low margins and dirt-cheap labor - labor that's suddenly not so cheap.
    • Stranaham had purchased his house dirt-cheap at a government auction.

Hay 2 traducciones principales de dirt cheap en Español

: dirt cheap1dirt cheap2

dirt cheap2

baratísimo, phr.

locución

  • 1

    baratísimo
    tirado coloquial
    regalado coloquial