Translation of economic in Spanish:

economic

económico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌikəˈnɑmɪk//ˌiːkəˈnɒmɪk//ˌɛkəˈnɑmɪk//ɛkəˈnɒmɪk/

adjective

  • 1

    (growth/development/policy) económico
    key economic indicators los indicadores económicos claves
    • economic aid ayuda económica
    • economic forecast previsiones económicas
    • economic geography geografía económica
    • an economic miracle un milagro económico
    • economic refugee inmigrante económica
    • economic sanctions sanciones económicas
    • economic warfare guerra económica
    • We should remember that economic downturns, accounting irregularities and even geopolitical issues are nothing new.
    • Productivity levels of the skilled and educated labour force are still high despite the current economic down turn.
    • Even given Japan's overall economic recovery, investing in real estate remains a gamble.
    • At present, the United States is the dominant world economic and technological power.
    • Getting the public finances back into balance must be a key objective of economic policy.
    • There are different views about the importance of regulating global economic processes.
    • The two political leaders conduct their argument on the margins of economic policy.
    • They are often viewed as agents responsible for the changing world economic, political, and social order.
    • Talk of new economic policies and tangible tax cuts are welcome - and perhaps overdue.
    • High-tech industries threatened to leave California, thus jeopardizing the state's new economic prosperity.
    • The world is in a great economic crisis.
    • The potential scenarios are endless, but all are economic in nature.
    • There is no question that economic sanctions contributed to this result, but at what price?
    • It represents the Union's first effort to develop a common policy in a major economic sphere.
    • We learned that economic sanctions over a long period of time and patient diplomacy can work.
    • Thus we can expect economic down cycles caused by oil shortages and higher prices to happen very fast.
    • Moreover, the political situation, worsened by great economic hardship, remained extremely tense.
    • Argentina has been crippled for months by the worst economic crisis in its history.
    • As a result, the government's purely economic reforms lacked boldness after this dramatic overture.
    • Negotiations have been complicated by court rulings over economic policy.
  • 2British

    (profitable)
    rentable
    to charge an economic rent cobrar un alquiler rentable
    • It is, of course, part of the problem that we do not have an economic immigration policy.
    • The recipe of conditions that will make collaboration economic must have not yet come together.
    • Many car parks are going because high land prices make building flats more economic.