♦ economic

♦ economic
♦ economic /i:kəˈnɒmɪk/
a.
1 economico; che concerne l'economia (intesa come scienza o come sistema economico); dell'economia: economic geography, geografia economica; economic law, diritto dell'economia; the government's economic policy, la politica economica del governo; economic recovery, ripresa economica; economic trend, tendenza economica; the current economic situation, la congiuntura economica; economic activity, attività economica
2 redditizio; remunerativo; economico: The shuttle service is no longer economic, il servizio navetta non è più remunerativo
● (rag.) economic accounts, conti economici (o derivati) □ economic barometer, barometro congiunturale □ economic cost, costo economico □ economic cycle, ciclo economico □ economic efficiency, efficienza economica □ (stat.) economic forecasting, previsioni economiche □ economic freedom, libertà di iniziativa economica □ (econ.) economic good, bene economico □ economic growth, crescita economica □ (fin.) economic interest, partecipazione (agli utili di un'impresa) □ economic migrant, immigrante in cerca di lavoro □ economic miracle, miracolo economico □ economic outlook, prospettive dell'economia; congiuntura: The economic outlook is brightening, è in atto una schiarita della congiuntura □ economic planning, programmazione economica □ economic refugee, immigrato (spesso abusivo) in cerca di lavoro □ (econ.) economic rent, rendita economica; sovrappiù □ (econ.) economic welfare, benessere economico □ to make economic sense, essere (o rivelarsi) conveniente dal punto di vista economico.
NOTA D'USO: -economic, economical o cheap?-

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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