Definition of cost-efficient in English:


Syllabification: cost-ef·fi·cient
Pronunciation: /ˈkôstəˌfiSHənt


Another term for cost-effective.
More example sentences
  • It is a cost-efficient way of generating goodwill among your customers and getting and keeping your name in front of people.
  • By conducting some careful research, he has put together a mix of cost-efficient funds.
  • However, hiring staff who already have the necessary qualifications to carry out the job can prove cost-efficient for the organisation as it saves the need to provide this training.



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  • Their rapid growth is being fuelled by the corporate mantras of cost-efficiency and improved productivity that are sweeping through boardrooms on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Therefore huge emphasis must be placed on cost-efficiency.
  • This improves our cost-efficiency and enhances the fluency of work.

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