In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sound/secure) económicamentesentence adverb economically, the idea makes no sense — económicamente hablando / desde el punto de vista económico, la idea no tiene sentido
- Production of milk protein is economically important to dairy producers and milk manufacturers.
- More to the point, GDP makes for a politically attractive but economically irrelevant denominator.
- The tax code is economically destructive because it taxes savings and investment at the expense of consumption.
- The region was becoming more economically important for Australia, accounting for half its export markets.
- In the natural world, fruit and the seed it contains are hugely important economically, being a primary source of food.
- With a population of almost 10 million, Bangkok is the most important city politically and economically.
- Its citizens are economically powerless in their capacity both as workers and as consumers.
- Other indicators show the region slipping backwards both economically and socially.
- Closer to home, livestock are important economically but animals are also a source of companionship.
- It's a very dynamic city and economically it plays an important role in South Africa.
- That some taxpayers might welcome new taxes seems an economically dubious notion.
- The economically most important minerals concentrated in placers are listed in Table 1.
- Often in debt, they are economically and politically dependent on local headmen and landlords.
- The net result is that mature welfare states tend economically to stagnate.
- Although economically dependent upon the EU, as soon as tensions arise they side with the US politically.
- The Skorpion project has brought a hive of economic activities to the economically depressed southern Namibia.
- Ostrich farming is seen as a way out of poverty for many in the economically depressed and semi-arid southern Namibia.
- Why did Europe develop economically, in a way unlike any other region before the eighteenth century?
- Overall the reduction corresponds to about one day, which is economically important.
- Aromatic plants are economically important, because of the essential oils they produce.
2(thriftily)(use) de manera económicait is very economically priced — tiene un precio módico / muy económico
- A reserve, on the other hand, is the portion of an identified resource that can be extracted economically using current technology.
- It is incumbent therefore on all local authorities to operate as efficiently and economically as possible.
- Those who furnished the funds were directly interested in seeing that they were used as economically as possible.
- If the hydrates can be harvested economically, they could become an important source of fuel in the future.
- The inmates of these ‘Houses of Industry’ were fed as economically as possible on bread and thin gruel.
- Those who dare to take these steps will benefit from shared resources and live more economically.
- In these three central symphonies, a large orchestra is used economically, with passages of delicacy and refinement akin to chamber music.
- Energy has to be used as economically as possible with regard to the preservation of nature, he explained.
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