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down–market

adjective \ˈdan-ˌmär-kət\

: made for or appealing to people who do not have much money; also : of low quality

Full Definition of DOWN-MARKET

:  relating or appealing to lower-income consumers <a down–market tabloid>

First Known Use of DOWN-MARKET

1970

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