barato


barato
adj.
1 cheap, inexpensive, low in price, cheaply.
2 bad-quality, bad-taste, tacky, brassy.
adv.
cheaply, at a low price, low.
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barato
adjetivo
1 cheap
adverbio barato
1 cheaply, cheap
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barato
adverbio
1 cheaply, cheap
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(f. - barata)
adj.
cheap
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1. ADJ
1) (=económico) cheap

este vestido es muy barato — this dress is very cheap

el café sale más barato a granel — coffee is cheaper if you buy it in bulk

2) (=de mala calidad) [música, imitación] cheap; [novela] trashy
3) (=indigno) [demagogia, electoralismo] cheap

esa actitud es patriotismo barato — that attitude is just cheap patriotism

2.
ADV cheap, cheaply

el coche nos costó barato — the car was cheap

en este restaurante se come muy barato — you can eat very cheaply in this restaurant

vivo muy barato — I live very cheaply

3.
SM (=mercadillo) street market
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I
-ta adjetivo
a) <vestido/restaurante/viaje> cheap, low-priced

lo barato sale caro — cheap things cost you more in the long run

b) <periodismo> cheap; <música> commercial
c) (como adv) <costar/comprar>

el coche nos costó muy barato — we got the car really cheap

las compré baratísimas en una liquidación — I got them really cheap in a sale

II
adverbio <comer/vivir> cheaply

en esa tienda venden muy barato — prices are really low in that shop

se compra más barato en el mercado — you can get things cheaper in the market

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= cheap [cheaper -comp., cheapest -sup.], low-cost, low-priced, lower-cost, pulp, inexpensively, on the cheap, cheapo, low-budget, no-frills, cut-price, cut-rate, a dime a dozen.
Ex. These indexes are both cheap and quick to produce.
Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS is designed to give fast efficient, and low-cost assistance to librarians.
Ex. Permission has been granted to introduce a system of surveillance licensing for the purpose of monitoring imports of low-priced goods, such as clothing and footwear originating in non-EC countries.
Ex. Following our examples, the neighbors decide that they can provide the lower-cost food service to the wider community by buying in even larger quantities, and in the process make a profit for themselves.
Ex. There are pulp detective novels and 'Simenon'; there are pulp Western films and 'High Noon'.
Ex. This has enabled libraries to acquire materials more quickly and almost as inexpensively as in the past.
Ex. The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.
Ex. I just put the DVD in my cheapo DVD player connected to my TV and it played without a hitch.
Ex. Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
Ex. This is a good guide for independent travellers looking for cheap, no-frills intercity transport around the country.
Ex. Turkey is heavily promoted by tour operators as an idyllic holiday destination, the cut-price alternative to Greece or Cyprus.
Ex. Most of these cut-rate laptops include a one-year parts and labor warranty.
Ex. The Wizard, played by Joel Grey, is a smooth-talking dumbbell who admits he is 'a corn-fed hick' and 'one of your dime-a-dozen mediocrities'.
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* alojamiento barato = budget accommodation.
* barato pero sin avergonzarse de ello = cheap and cheerful.
* compañía aérea barata = low-cost airline.
* de novela barata = novelettish.
* de un modo barato = inexpensively, thriftily.
* edición barata = trade paperback.
* el ser barato = cheapness.
* escritura barata = hack writing.
* hotel barato = budget hotel.
* humor barato = cheap laughs.
* literatura barata = pulp fiction.
* lo barato = inexpensiveness.
* novela barata = novelette.
* oratoria barata = soapbox.
* rollo barato = soapbox.
* tarifa especial más barata = discount charge.
* vender a un precio más barato que = undercut.
* vender más barato = undercut.
* venta a un precio más barato = undercutting.
* vuelo barato = budget flight.
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I
-ta adjetivo
a) <vestido/restaurante/viaje> cheap, low-priced

lo barato sale caro — cheap things cost you more in the long run

b) <periodismo> cheap; <música> commercial
c) (como adv) <costar/comprar>

el coche nos costó muy barato — we got the car really cheap

las compré baratísimas en una liquidación — I got them really cheap in a sale

II
adverbio <comer/vivir> cheaply

en esa tienda venden muy barato — prices are really low in that shop

se compra más barato en el mercado — you can get things cheaper in the market

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= cheap [cheaper -comp., cheapest -sup.], low-cost, low-priced, lower-cost, pulp, inexpensively, on the cheap, cheapo, low-budget, no-frills, cut-price, cut-rate, a dime a dozen.

Ex: These indexes are both cheap and quick to produce.

Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS is designed to give fast efficient, and low-cost assistance to librarians.
Ex: Permission has been granted to introduce a system of surveillance licensing for the purpose of monitoring imports of low-priced goods, such as clothing and footwear originating in non-EC countries.
Ex: Following our examples, the neighbors decide that they can provide the lower-cost food service to the wider community by buying in even larger quantities, and in the process make a profit for themselves.
Ex: There are pulp detective novels and 'Simenon'; there are pulp Western films and 'High Noon'.
Ex: This has enabled libraries to acquire materials more quickly and almost as inexpensively as in the past.
Ex: The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.
Ex: I just put the DVD in my cheapo DVD player connected to my TV and it played without a hitch.
Ex: Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
Ex: This is a good guide for independent travellers looking for cheap, no-frills intercity transport around the country.
Ex: Turkey is heavily promoted by tour operators as an idyllic holiday destination, the cut-price alternative to Greece or Cyprus.
Ex: Most of these cut-rate laptops include a one-year parts and labor warranty.
Ex: The Wizard, played by Joel Grey, is a smooth-talking dumbbell who admits he is 'a corn-fed hick' and 'one of your dime-a-dozen mediocrities'.
* alojamiento barato = budget accommodation.
* barato pero sin avergonzarse de ello = cheap and cheerful.
* compañía aérea barata = low-cost airline.
* de novela barata = novelettish.
* de un modo barato = inexpensively, thriftily.
* edición barata = trade paperback.
* el ser barato = cheapness.
* escritura barata = hack writing.
* hotel barato = budget hotel.
* humor barato = cheap laughs.
* literatura barata = pulp fiction.
* lo barato = inexpensiveness.
* novela barata = novelette.
* oratoria barata = soapbox.
* rollo barato = soapbox.
* tarifa especial más barata = discount charge.
* vender a un precio más barato que = undercut.
* vender más barato = undercut.
* venta a un precio más barato = undercutting.
* vuelo barato = budget flight.

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barato1 -ta
adjective
1 ‹vestido/restaurante/viaje› cheap
lo barato sale caro if you buy cheaply, you pay dearly, cheap things work out expensive in the long run
2 ‹periodismo› cheap; ‹música› commercial
3 (como adv) ‹costar/comprar›
el viaje no costó tan barato como pensaba the trip wasn't as cheap as I thought it would be, the trip cost me more than I thought it would
las compré baratísimas en una liquidación I got them really cheap in a clearance sale
al final, el coche me salió baratísimo I got the car really cheap in the end
barato2
adverb
‹comer/vivir› cheaply
en esa tienda venden muy barato things are very cheap in that shop
se compra más barato en el mercado prices are lower o things are cheaper in the market, you can get things cheaper in the market
ver tb barato1 adj 3. (↑ barato (1))
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barato 1
-ta adjetivo

a)vestido/restaurante/viajecheap, low-priced

b) (como adv) ‹costar/comprarcheap

barato 2 adverbio ‹comer/vivircheaply;
se compra más barato en el mercado you can get things cheaper in the market

barato,-a
I adjetivo cheap: necesito comprar un piso barato, I need to buy an inexpensive flat
II adverbio cheaply: ¡hija mía, qué barato compras!, my dear, what a bargain!

'barato' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
asequible
- barata
- económica
- económico
- flete
- más
- obcecarse
- salir
- tirada
- tirado
- botado
- regalado
- regalar
- resultar
English:
but
- cheap
- cheaply
- cut-rate
- dirt-cheap
- down-market
- inexpensive
- low-cost
- popular
- deal
- downmarket
- trashy
- under
- whichever
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barato, -a
adj
1. [objeto] cheap;
ser muy barato to be very cheap;
los tomates están muy baratos tomatoes are very cheap at the moment;
Comp
lo barato sale caro buying cheap is a false economy
2. [sentimentalismo] cheap;
[literatura] trashy;
déjate de filosofía barata cut the half-baked philosophizing
adv
cheap, cheaply;
me costó barato it was cheap, I got it cheap;
vender algo barato to sell sth cheaply;
en este bar se come muy barato you can eat very cheaply in this bar, the food's very cheap in this bar
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barato
adj cheap
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barato adv
: cheap, cheaply
te lo vendo barato: I'll sell it to you cheap
barato, -ta adj
: cheap, inexpensive
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barato1 adj cheap
es bueno, bonito y barato it's nice, pretty and cheap
este disco es más barato this record is cheaper
barato2 adv cheaply
en las rebajas se compra muy barato things are much cheaper in the sales

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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