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healthy

adjective
 
 
/ˈhelθi/
developing and making money: a healthy business/industry/economy Sound macroeconomic and regulatory policies are essential to a healthy financial sector.
large in amount and showing that a company or economy is successful: healthy orders/sales/profits Bookings on long-haul routes including Heathrow to New York remain healthy.
good for your health: healthy eating/living Eating fruit and vegetables is part of a healthy lifestyle. Employees should maintain a healthy balance between work and personal life. healthy foods/meals/snacks
healthily adverb
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