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growth-oriented

adjective
 
 
/ˌɡrəʊθˈɔːrientɪd/ US   /ˌɡroʊθˈɔːrienṱɪd/
FINANCE, MANAGEMENT used to describe companies that plan to get bigger: We are an aggressive, growth-oriented company.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET used to describe investments that increase in value over time, rather than those that pay high dividends (= regular payments of part of the profits) or interest: growth-oriented technology stocks →  Compare income-oriented
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