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economics

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌiː.kəˈnɒm.ɪks/ /ek.ə-/ US  /-ˈnɑː.mɪks/
the way in which trade, industry or money is organized, or the study of this
經濟狀況;經濟因素;經濟學
Their ideas sound fine in principle but they haven't worked out the economics behind the policies.
他們的計劃理論上聽起來不錯,但是他們沒有搞清楚這些政策背後的經濟因素。
She's in her third year of economics at York University.
她在約克大學主修經濟學,現在上大三。
Economics and the state of the economy
Translations of “economics”
in Korean 경제학…
in Arabic عِلم الاقتِصاد…
in Portuguese economia…
in Catalan (ciències) econòmiques…
in Japanese 経済学…
in Italian economia, scienze economiche…
in Russian экономика (наука)…
in Turkish ekonomi/iktisat bilimi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经济状况, 经济因素, 经济学…
in Polish ekonomia…
(Definition of economics from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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