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economy

noun /iˈkonəmi/ ( plural economies)
the system by which a country’s production, trade, and money supply are organized
economía
a boom in the economy.
economic /iːkəˈnomik/ adjective organization of money and resources
economía
the country’s economy household economy.
of or concerned with (an) economy
económico
the country’s economic future.
likely to bring a profit
rentable
an economic rent.
economical /iːkəˈnomikəl/ adjective thrifty; not extravagant
económico, ahorrador
This car is very economical on petrol.
economically adverb
económicamente
an economically efficient level of output.
economics /iːkəˈnomiks/ noun singular the study of production and distribution of money and goods
economía
He is studying economics at college.
economist noun a person who is an expert in economics.
economista
economize verb ( also economise) to spend money or goods carefully
economizar
We must economize on fuel.
Translations of “economy”
in Arabic اقْتِصاد…
in Korean 경제…
in Malaysian ekonomi…
in Turkish ekonomi, iktisat, tutumluluk…
in Italian economia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 制度, 經濟, 經濟制度…
in Russian экономика, экономия…
in Polish gospodarka, oszczędność…
in Vietnamese kinh tế…
in Portuguese economia…
in Thai เศรษฐกิจ…
in Catalan economia…
in Japanese (国などの)経済…
in Indonesian perekonomian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 制度, 经济, 经济制度…
(Definition of economy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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