bottom of the line

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bottom of the line

  1. (idiomatic, often used attributively) The worst or lowest quality on the market, especially among a range of products.
    Our simple-pattern stainless flatware is the bottom of the line, but very practical.
    The bottom-of-the-line patterns don't have complex designs, which are harder to make.