1) (of economics) Wirtschafts[politik, -system, -modell]; ökonomisch, wirtschaftlich [Entwicklung, Zusammenbruch]
2) (giving adequate return) wirtschaftlich [Miete]
* * *
1) (of or concerned with (an) economy: the country's economic future.) wirtschaftlich
2) (likely to bring a profit: an economic rent.) wirtschaftlich
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[ˌi:kəˈnɒmɪk, AM -ˈnɑ:m-]
1. attr, inv POL, ECON ökonomisch, Wirtschafts-, wirtschaftlich; (macroeconomic) volkswirtschaftlich
\economic aid [or assistance] Wirtschaftshilfe f
\economic development wirtschaftliche Entwicklung
\economic downturn Konjunkturabschwächung f
\economic forecast Wirtschaftsprognose f
\economic geography Wirtschaftsgeografie f
\economic progress wirtschaftlicher Fortschritt
\economic self-sufficiency Autarkie f, wirtschaftliche Unabhängigkeit
\economic system Wirtschaftssystem nt
\economic upturn Konjunkturaufschwung m
\economic warfare Wirtschaftskrieg m
2. (profitable) rentabel, profitabel
* * *
1) (= financial) Wirtschafts-

economic crisis — Wirtschaftskrise f

economic growth — Wirtschaftswachstum nt

economic news — Nachrichten pl aus der Wirtschaft

economic policy — Wirtschaftspolitik f

economic recovery — Wirtschaftsaufschwung m, wirtschaftlicher Aufschwung

economic system — Wirtschaftssystem nt

2) (= cost-effective) price, rent wirtschaftlich; system wirtschaftlich, rentabel

it is not economic to do this — es ist nicht rentabel, das zu tun

to be economic for sb — sich für jdn rentieren

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economic [ˌiːkəˈnɒmık; ˌekə-; US -ˈnɑ-]
A adj (adv economically)
1. (staats-, volks)wirtschaftlich, (national)ökonomisch, Wirtschafts…:
economic aid Wirtschaftshilfe f;
economic blockade Wirtschaftsblockade f;
economic conditions
a) Wirtschaftslage f,
b) Erwerbsverhältnisse;
economic crisis Wirtschaftskrise f;
economic development wirtschaftliche Entwicklung;
economic geography Wirtschaftsgeografie f;
economic growth Wirtschaftswachstum n;
economic policy Wirtschaftspolitik f;
economic refugee Asylbewerber(in) mit der Motivation, einen besseren Lebensstandard zu erzielen;
economic science B;
economic structure Wirtschaftsstruktur f;">miracle 1
2. wirtschaftswissenschaftlich
3. praktisch, angewandt (Botanik etc)
4. a) rentabel, wirtschaftlich, gewinnbringend:
economic pack Sparpackung f;
sell sth at an economic price etwas gewinnbringend verkaufen; rent1 A 3
b) economical 1
B s economics pl (als sg konstruiert)
a) Volkswirtschaft(slehre) f, Nationalökonomie f
b) economy A 4
econ. abk
1. economic
2. economics pl
3. economy
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1) (of economics) Wirtschafts[politik, -system, -modell]; ökonomisch, wirtschaftlich [Entwicklung, Zusammenbruch]
2) (giving adequate return) wirtschaftlich [Miete]
* * *
sparsam adj.
volkswirtschaftlich adj.
wirtschaftlich adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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