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dirty deeds done dirt cheap

Does the sentense "dirty deeds done dirt cheap" make sense after all? It's a title of a famous song by AC/DC. Thanks in advance.

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    Yes! "Dirty deeds" suggests criminal acts, and "dirt cheap" is an expression meaning very, very cheap (as cheap as dirt). Song aside, it looks like an advertising slogan by a criminal gang.

    Yes, it makes sense. It uses alliteration for effect.

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