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Cheap vs Chief

Cheap /adjective/ (সস্তা ; সহজলভ্য):

সস্তা বা সহজলভ্য কোন কিছু বোঝাতে Cheap ব্যবহৃত হয়।

The word ‘cheap’ means relatively low in price or charging low prices.

Example:

  • Rice is sold at a cheap rate. (Chief নয়)
  • Local buses are not reliable but cheap.
  • She’s too cheap to send me a postcard.
  • The materials can seem a bit cheap and nasty.
  • Apple products have never been cheap, and historically, the tech giant has been loath to offer deals.

 

Chief /adjective/ (মুখ্য ; শাসক):

প্রধান বা মুখ্য বোঝাতে Chief ব্যবহৃত হয়ে থাকে।

The word ‘chief’ means the most important element or a person who is in charge.

Example:

  • Rice is our chief food. (Cheap নয়)
  • Mickey's evidence comes from a bureau chief of one of the news organizations.
  • Police chiefs say the federal government must first secure the country's borders.
  • The most powerful agenda, of course, is that of the chief executive.
  • A few hours later, Donald Trump was elected the nation’s 45th chief executive.
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