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English definition of “tradeoff”
tradeoff (also trade-off,
/ˈtreɪdˌɔf/ n [C]
› a balancing of two opposing situations or qualities, both of which are desired: The tradeoff in a democracy is between individual liberty and an orderly society. › A tradeoff is also a situation in which the achieving of something you want involves the loss of something else which is also desirable, but less so: They both had successful careers, but the tradeoff was they seldom saw each other.