A cheap-minded rip-off, usually when the customer steals more work than they are paying for by acting like the extra work is just part of someone's job.
Sweetheart, making that cab driver bring the bags eighty-seven steps up to the Mexican villa without a tip wasn't nice, it was a cheap-off.
by JonasOfToronto April 22, 2009
cheap versions of designer clothing, bags or shoes, that don't pretend to be the original, unlike knock-offs, but instead are unabashedly plagiaristic and range in quality and price depending on the maker.
I can't afford those Givenchys so I'll get the Steve Madden cheap-offs that look freaking exactly the same.
by Don't Be A Hero January 19, 2009

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