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deficit

noun   /ˈdef.ɪ.sɪt/
A the total amount by which money spent is more than money received déficit The country is running a balance-of-payments/budget/trade deficit of $250 million. The UK’s deficit in manufactured goods fell slightly in the last three months.1435
(Definition of deficit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deficit

noun /ˈdefisit/
(business ) the amount by which an amount (of money etc) is less than the amount required déficit a trade deficit a deficit of several hundred dollars.
(Definition of deficit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deficit”
in Vietnamese số tiền thiếu hụt…
in Malaysian kekurangan…
in Thai การขาดทุน…
in French déficit…
in German das Defizit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赤字, 逆差, 亏损…
in Turkish bütçe açığı…
in Russian дефицит…
in Indonesian defisit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 赤字, 逆差, 虧損…
in Polish deficyt…
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