Hindi translation of 'economy'
economy /ɪˈkɒnəmi इˈकॉनमी/
Word forms: economies
2. uncountable noun
1. countable noun
The economy of a country or region is the system by which money, industry, and trade are organized.
He talked about the changes in the Indian economy.
the local/global/national/rural/industrial economy
a booming/strong/sluggish/weak economy
an economy grows/shrinks
the economy of a country/region
a modern/industrial/service/market economy
a booming/strong/weak economy
the global/world/local/domestic economy
the American/Canadian/Japanese/British economy
stimulate/revive/boost the economy
the economy grows/recovers/shrinks/slows down
2. uncountable noun
Economy is careful spending or the careful use of things to save money or avoid waste.
बचत (किफ़ायत के अर्थ में) nf
There have been many improvements in the fuel economy of cars.
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Example Sentences Including 'economy'
We didn't think the top floor would be wanting plain economy cheese.SOMEBODY (2002)
The soya, like the sugar, was part of another grand scheme to balance Brazil's economy.SPIX'S MACAW: The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird (2002)
Previously, the only choice I'd been offered in economy was whether you got to sit down or not.SOMEBODY (2002)
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'economy' in Other Languages
- Arabic: الاِقْتِصَاد
- Brazilian Portuguese: economia
- Chinese: 经济
- Croatian: ekonomija
- Czech: ekonomika
- Danish: økonomi
- Dutch: economie
- European Spanish: economía
- Finnish: talouselämä
- French: économie nationale
- German: Wirtschaft
- Greek: οικονομία
- Italian: economia
- Japanese: 経済
- Korean: 경제
- Norwegian: økonomi
- Polish: ekonomia
- Portuguese: economia
- Romanian: economie economii
- Russian: экономия
- Spanish: economía
- Swedish: ekonomi
- Thai: เศรษฐกิจ
- Turkish: ekonomi
- Ukrainian: економіка
- Vietnamese: nền kinh tế
Translation of economy from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary