Definition of Low quality
1. Noun. An inferior quality.
Generic synonyms: Caliber, Calibre, Quality
Specialized synonyms: Poorness, Scrawniness, Scrubbiness, Second Class, Wretchedness
Derivative terms: Inferior
Antonyms: Superiority, High Quality
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Literary usage of Low quality
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1. Agricultural Biotechnology: An Economic Perspective by M. F. Caswell (1994)
"As demand moves away from the low-quality product to the high-quality product, the price of the low-quality product will begin to decrease. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"In place of the use of cannel, the low-quality gas was also frequently enriched ... and also give rise to a very low quality of coke, and »re therefore only ..."
3. OECD Economic Surveys: Slovak Republic by OECD Staff (2005)
"... high quality regulations and a low level of corruption.16 Moreover, Scarpetta's survival analysis reveals that a low quality regulatory environment, ..."
4. Waging the Global War on Poverty: Strategies and Case Studies by Raundi Halvorson-Quevedo, Hartmut Schneider (2000)
"... the effectiveness of public services is also shown in the behaviour of the poor. For both health and education, the poor will bypass low quality public ..."
5. Improving Recycling Markets by OECD., Oecd (2006)
"Assuming that suppliers are divided between those who offer low quality ("lemons") ... Sellers will, therefore have incentives to put low quality products ..."
6. The Changing Public Role in a Rice Economy Approaching Self-Sufficiency: The by Francesco Goletti (1994)
"Table 39—Base year (1990/91) parameters used in the swap model simulations Parameter Value Margin of high quality over low quality (percent) 15.0 Percentage ..."
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