Economy

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Definition

the economy: the financial system
noun

(an) economy (class): (the part of a plane where the seats are) cheap, inexpensive, budget
adjective

Examples

  • "If you downgrade, we'll refund your credit card for $2500 - the difference between economy and business airfare."
  • "AFS machine : But times are tough, the economy is slow"
  • "Located in a secret offshore location to cut costs and hurt the global economy, your rehabilitation takes place entirely online."
  • "A lot of this is due to anxiety over the downturn in the economy and its effect on consumer spending."
  • "Icarus : Economy?"
  • "Ms. Benedict, most reports say that the economy is slowing down, and that this will have a negative effect on consumer spending."
  • "In the US, the loss of industrial jobs and the rise of a global economy have threatened the higher wages that union members once enjoyed."
  • "The economy is struggling, people are losing their homes, and wars continue to be fought with no end in sight."
  • "Philip : Economy?"
  • "they control the media, the global economy, the press, the government, the weather and the menu at the Delavigne cafeteria."

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