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uneconomic

adjective     /ʌnˌiː.kəˈnɒm.ɪk/ /-ˌek.ə-/ US  /-ˈnɑː.mɪk/ ( also uneconomical)
describes businesses and industries that are not making enough profit or are losing money (企業、産業)不景氣的,賺不到錢的,賠本的 The minister maintained that the coal mines were uneconomic and would have to be closed. 部長堅持認爲煤礦入不敷出,應該關閉。 WastingProfits and losses
describes processes or activities that are wasteful and likely to result in a loss of money (過程或活動)不經濟的,浪費的 WastingProfits and losses
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