capital goods


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capital goods

pl.n.
Goods, such as machinery, used in the production of commodities; producer goods.

capital goods

pl n
(Economics) goods that are themselves utilized in the production of other goods rather than being sold to consumers. Also called: producer goods Compare consumer goods

cap′ital goods′


n.pl.
machines and tools used in the production of other goods.
[1895–1900]

capital goods

Goods that are used to produce other goods rather than to be sold to consumers.
Translations
bienes de equipo

capital goods

nbeni mpl d'investimento, beni capitali
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