purchasing power

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pur·chas·ing power

(pûr′chĭ-sĭng)
n.
1. The ability to purchase, generally measured by income.
2. The value of a particular monetary unit in terms of the goods or services that can be purchased with it.
Translations
kupní síla
ostovoima
pouvoir d’achat

purchasing power

[ˈpɜːtʃɪsɪŋˌpaʊəʳ] npotere m d'acquisto
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