Definition of demand curve in English:

demand curve

Syllabification: de·mand curve


  • A graph showing how the demand for a commodity or service varies with changes in its price.
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    • However, the position of the demand curve for labour can vary according to either the level of capital employed or the price of the output good.
    • Economists use a demand curve to display water's worth to consumers (their willingness to pay).
    • What we have here is a classic demand curve and the demand curve is always downward-sloping, because the more you charge, the fewer people will be willing to buy your software.

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