|From:||Muke Tever <alrivera@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 4, 2001, 22:07|
From: "Lars Henrik Mathiesen" <thorinn@...>
> > Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2001 12:21:12 +0200
> > From: Dan Sulani <dnsulani@...>
> > On 3 Nov, Irina Rempt-Drijfhout wrote:
> > > Also with "cheap", but the meaning of that ("costing little") is a
> > > later development. Cheapside, a street in London, used to be a
> > > market-place, not necessarily to get bargains, just to buy things.
> Note the parallel development of bargain, which as a verb still has
> the more general sense of negotiating.
And also "sale", which moves from items being sold (still in "for sale"), to
items being sold at a discount.