economise


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economise


Past participle: economised
Gerund: economising

Imperative
economise
economise
Present
I economise
you economise
he/she/it economises
we economise
you economise
they economise
Preterite
I economised
you economised
he/she/it economised
we economised
you economised
they economised
Present Continuous
I am economising
you are economising
he/she/it is economising
we are economising
you are economising
they are economising
Present Perfect
I have economised
you have economised
he/she/it has economised
we have economised
you have economised
they have economised
Past Continuous
I was economising
you were economising
he/she/it was economising
we were economising
you were economising
they were economising
Past Perfect
I had economised
you had economised
he/she/it had economised
we had economised
you had economised
they had economised
Future
I will economise
you will economise
he/she/it will economise
we will economise
you will economise
they will economise
Future Perfect
I will have economised
you will have economised
he/she/it will have economised
we will have economised
you will have economised
they will have economised
Future Continuous
I will be economising
you will be economising
he/she/it will be economising
we will be economising
you will be economising
they will be economising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been economising
you have been economising
he/she/it has been economising
we have been economising
you have been economising
they have been economising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been economising
you will have been economising
he/she/it will have been economising
we will have been economising
you will have been economising
they will have been economising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been economising
you had been economising
he/she/it had been economising
we had been economising
you had been economising
they had been economising
Conditional
I would economise
you would economise
he/she/it would economise
we would economise
you would economise
they would economise
Past Conditional
I would have economised
you would have economised
he/she/it would have economised
we would have economised
you would have economised
they would have economised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.economise - spend sparingly, avoid the waste of; "This move will save money"; "The less fortunate will have to economize now"
expend, spend, drop - pay out; "spend money"
tighten one's belt - live frugally and use less resources; "In the new economy, we all have to learn to tighten our belts"
2.economise - use cautiously and frugally; "I try to economize my spare time"; "conserve your energy for the ascent to the summit"
save, preserve - to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
retrench - tighten one's belt; use resources carefully
Translations
يَقْتَصِد، يُوَفِّر، يَدَّخِر
spara, fara sparlega meî

economy

(iˈkonəmi) noun
1. the thrifty, careful management of money etc to avoid waste. Please use the water with economy; We must make economies in household spending.
2. organization of money and resources. the country's economy; household economy.
economic (iːkəˈnomik) adjective
1. of or concerned with (an) economy. the country's economic future.
2. likely to bring a profit. an economic rent.
economical (iːkəˈnomikəl) adjective
thrifty; not extravagant. This car is very economical on petrol.
ˌecoˈnomically adverb
economics (iːkəˈnomiks) noun singular
the study of production and distribution of money and goods. He is studying economics.
eˈconomist noun
a person who is an expert in economics.
eˈconomize, eˈconomise verb
to spend money or goods carefully. We must economize on fuel.
References in classic literature ?
Also, we had to economise for the rest of the week.
'in order to spend on one side, nature is forced to economise on the other side.' I think this holds true to a certain extent with our domestic productions: if nourishment flows to one part or organ in excess, it rarely flows, at least in excess, to another part; thus it is difficult to get a cow to give much milk and to fatten readily.
I suspect, also, that some of the cases of compensation which have been advanced, and likewise some other facts, may be merged under a more general principle, namely, that natural selection is continually trying to economise in every part of the organisation.
A little room, an inside room, European plan, of course, and then you can economise by eatin' out."
Hargrave did not visit London that season: having no daughter to marry, she thought it as well to stay at home and economise; and, for a wonder, Walter came down to join her in the beginning of June, and stayed till near the close of August.
He was of the view that those who do not economise will have to agonise.
supply is another offset, while there is scope for demand destruction as end users become more apt to economise when crude prices sustain above $70.
Cutting back Women making money in industries such as munitions were urged to economise for the good of the country
You preach to us that we have to economise and yet told us last week of the building of a military base in the Middle East.
Many areas of consumer spending were hard hit by rising economic concerns at the end of the review period, as slowing economic growth and sanctions encouraged consumers to economise. Traditional toys and games however continued to see good sales growth at the end of the review period, remaining largely immune to the impact of economic changes.
Although the pet humanisation trend is leading to more pets attending veterinary clinics, lower levels of disposable incomes stimulated pet owners to economise even on the health of their pets.