fair, practical and sensible
It is reasonable to assume that he knew beforehand that this would happen.
Be reasonable! We can't work late every night.
Any reasonable person would have done exactly as you did.
The prosecution has to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he is guilty of murder.
acceptable and appropriate in a particular situation
He made us a reasonable offer for the car.
You must submit your claim within a reasonable time.
not too expensive
We sell good quality food at reasonable prices.
fairly good, but not very good
a reasonable standard of living
The hotel was reasonable, I suppose (= but not excellent) .
These words all describe a product or service that costs little money or less money than you expected.
costing little money or less money than you expected; charging low prices
Cheap can also be used in a disapproving way to suggest that sth is poor quality as well as low in price.
a bottle of cheap perfume
(of prices, goods or services) as cheap as or cheaper than those offered by other companies; able to offer goods or services at competitive prices
[only before noun] (used especially in advertising) cheap because it offers only a basic level of service
cheap enough for most people to afford
(of prices) not too expensive
( rather formal ) cheap
Inexpensive is often used to mean that sth is good value for its price. It is sometimes used instead of cheap , because cheap can suggest that sth is poor quality.