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thriftnoun [C/U]

 us   /θrɪft/ dated
the ​careful use of ​money, esp. by ​avoidingwaste: [U] Trina ​learned thrift from her ​mother.
dated A thrift is also a ​type of ​bank.
thrifty
adjective  us   /ˈθrɪf·ti/
They have plenty of ​money now, but they’re still thrifty.
(Definition of thrift from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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thriftnoun

uk   us   /θrɪft/
[U] MONEY the careful use of ​money, especially by ​avoidingwaste and ​savingmoney for the future: The ​idea of the ​priceincreases is to encourage thrift.
[C] BANKING →  thrift institution
(Definition of thrift from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “thrift”
en español economía…
in Vietnamese sự tiết kiệm, tính tiết kiệm…
in Malaysian jimat cermat…
in Thai ความประหยัด…
en francés économie…
en alemán die Sparsamkeit…
en chino (simplificado) 节俭, 节约,节俭…
en turco tasarruf, tutum, idare…
en ruso бережливость…
in Indonesian kehematan…
en chino (tradicionál) 節儉, 節約,節儉…
en polaco oszczędność…
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