- 1In a way that relates to economics or finance: [sentence adverb]: the region is important economicallyMore example sentences
- The region was becoming more economically important for Australia, accounting for half its export markets.
- Other indicators show the region slipping backwards both economically and socially.
- That some taxpayers might welcome new taxes seems an economically dubious notion.
- 2In a way that involves careful use of money or resources: the new building was erected as economically as possibleMore example sentences
- Those who dare to take these steps will benefit from shared resources and live more economically.
- Energy has to be used as economically as possible with regard to the preservation of nature, he explained.
- It is incumbent therefore on all local authorities to operate as efficiently and economically as possible.
- 3In a way that uses no more of something than is necessary: a precis aims to express a passage more economicallyMore example sentences
- In these three central symphonies, a large orchestra is used economically, with passages of delicacy and refinement akin to chamber music.
More definitions of economicallyDefinition of economically in:
- The US English dictionary