Translation of economic in Spanish:

economic

Pronunciation: /ˌekəˈnɑːmɪk; ˌiːk-; ˌiːkəˈnɒmɪk; ˌek-/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [development/growth/policy] económico key economic indicators los indicadores económicos claves economic aid ayuda (feminine) económica economic forecast previsiones (feminine plural) económicas economic geography geografía (feminine) económica an economic miracle un milagro económico economic refugee inmigrante económico, (masculine, feminine) economic sanctions sanciones (feminine plural) económicas economic warfare guerra (feminine) económica
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    • Negotiations have been complicated by court rulings over economic policy.
    • The two political leaders conduct their argument on the margins of economic policy.
    • Getting the public finances back into balance must be a key objective of economic policy.
    1.2 (profitable) (British English/inglés británico) rentable to charge an economic rent cobrar un alquiler rentable
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    • The recipe of conditions that will make collaboration economic must have not yet come together.
    • It is, of course, part of the problem that we do not have an economic immigration policy.
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    • Many car parks are going because high land prices make building flats more economic.

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