economically

[ US /ˌɛkəˈnɑmɪkɫi, ˌikəˈnɑmɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˌiːkənˈɒmɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an economical manner
  2. with respect to the economic system
    economically the country is worse off
  3. with respect to economic science
    economically this proposal makes no sense
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How To Use economically In A Sentence

  • Over the years the area has struggled economically but what is happening there at the moment is quite astonishing. The Sun
  • A new educational programme has been set up for economically disadvantaged children.
  • In economically advanced countries, women marry later.
  • If the present rules were retained, the entry of many relatively smaller and economically weak countries would either paralyse the EU completely, or the smaller countries could outvote the larger ones.
  • The active principle is extracted and purified from plant material for as long as that process remains economically viable compared with chemical synthesis.
  • Forward transactions are economically similar to exchange-traded futures contracts.
  • Some people who are made redundant get another job or become economically inactive. Times, Sunday Times
  • The new semi-automated test could at last make massive screening programmes for cervical cancer economically feasible.
  • I carry about no afterglow from the 1990s — they only look good compared to the 80s and the 00s which both stunk putrid economically for workers. Matthew Yglesias » It’s Stupid How We Always Seem to do It Again
  • We want to ensure that our children's children inherit an economically prosperous country.
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