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ec·o·nom·ic / ˌekəˈnämik; ˌēkə-/ • adj. of or relating to economics or the economy: the government's economic policy. ∎  justified in terms of profitability: many organizations must become larger if they are to remain economic. ∎  requiring fewer resources or costing less money: solar power may provide a more economic solution. ∎  (of a subject) considered in relation to trade, industry, and the creation of wealth: economic history.

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