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economy

e·con·o·my

economy

 
 
pronunciation:
ih ka n mi
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part of speech: noun
inflections: economies
definition 1: the careful use of money, resources, and means of production.
She praised his economy in running the business.
similar words:
conservation, management, prudence, thrift
definition 2: the system of how money is made and used within a particular country or region. A region's economy is connected with things like how many goods and services are produced and how much money people can spend on these things.
The economy of the U.S. was terribly weak in the 1930s; families had little money and many people lost their jobs.
 
similar words:
business, commerce, resources
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some actions associated with economies
some categories of economies
some descriptions of economies
some elements of economies
some kinds of economies
some people associated with economics
some states of economies
things that influence economies
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