cost-conscious

cost-conscious

or

cost conscious

adj
1. having an awareness of costs; careful about spending
2. (Commerce) having an awareness of costs; careful about spending
Translations

cost-conscious

[ˈkɒstˌkɒnʃəs] ADJconsciente de (los) costes or (LAm) costos
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