anti-consumerist Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"anti-consumerist" in British English

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anti-consumeristadjective

uk   /ˌæn.ti.kənˈsjuː.mər.ɪst/  us   /-t̬i.kənˈsuː.mɚ.ɪst/
opposed to the ​idea that ​people should be ​able to ​buy an ​unlimitedamount of ​goods, and to the ​effect that such ​freedom has on the ​physical and ​socialconditions in which ​peoplelive: Craig doesn't have a ​car as a ​part of his anti-consumerist ​stance.
(Definition of anti-consumerist from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"anti-consumerist" in Business English

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anti-consumeristadjective

uk   us  
opposed to the ​idea that ​people should be able and encouraged to ​buy as many ​goods as they possibly can: They have ​tried to take on the ​advertisinggiants by ​producingads with an anti-consumerist ​message.
(Definition of anti-consumerist from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “anti-consumerist”
in Chinese (Simplified) 反消费主义的, 反对过度消费的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反消費主義的, 反對過度消費的…
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