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government borrowingnoun [C or U]

uk   us   GOVERNMENT, ECONOMICS
money that the ​governmentborrows to ​spend on ​publicservices: The ​governmentwants to ​pay for the ​taxcuts, new ​defencespending, and ​reforms of the ​healthsystem using more ​governmentborrowing. The ​funds we ​raise go directly to the Government to be ​invested in ​publicservices and to ​reducegovernment borrowings.cut/reduce/increase government borrowing He ​needs to be ​specific on whether he will or will not ​increasegovernmentspending and ​borrowing.
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