Definición de false economy en inglés:

false economy

Saltos de línea: false econ|omy

sustantivo

  • An apparent financial saving that in fact leads to greater expenditure: do not skimp on batteries, it is a false economy tools are expensive, but it is often a false economy to go for the cheapest
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • This aspect of figuring the cost of activities guards against false economies, where a savings in one area may be outweighed by an expense elsewhere.
    • Public services are improving but looking for simple savings through job cuts at this stage could be a false economy.
    • She said keeping the beds closed was a false economy because more money was spent sending patients to other hospitals.

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