Economically - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌiːkəˈnɑːmɪkli|  American pronunciation of the word economically
Brit.  |iːkəˈnɒmɪkli|  British pronunciation of the word economically

adverb

- with respect to economic science

economically this proposal makes no sense

- in an economical manner
- with respect to the economic system

economically the country is worse off

Examples

a way to economically heat your house

She writes simply and economically.

In economically advanced countries, women marry later.

Economically, capitalism has transformed societies.

We produce food as economically as possible.

Small trees use space in the garden economically.

economically this proposal makes no sense

economically the country is worse off

They are moving upward socially and economically.

...as parts of the same sovereignty, the states should not enact laws intended to harm one another economically...

The strike was economically disastrous.

...a benignant understanding of the daily struggles of the economically disadvantaged...

The government provided funds to the economically distressed city.

These policies will only serve to isolate the country politically and economically.

The US has sought to isolate Cuba both economically and politically.

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