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uneconomical

(ˌʌniːkəˈnɒmɪkəl; ˌʌnɛkə-)
adj
not economical; wasteful
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uneconomical - inefficient in use of time and effort and materialsuneconomical - inefficient in use of time and effort and materials; "a clumsy and wasteful process"; "wasteful duplication of effort"; "uneconomical ebb and flow of power"
inefficient - not producing desired results; wasteful; "an inefficient campaign against drugs"; "outdated and inefficient design and methods"
2.uneconomical - wasteful of resourcesuneconomical - wasteful of resources    
wasteful - tending to squander and waste
Translations

uneconomical

[ˈʌnˌiːkəˈnɒmɪkəl] ADJantieconómico, poco económico

uneconomical

[ˌʌniːkəˈnɒmɪkəl ˌʌnɛkəˈnɒmɪkəl] adj (= not cost-effective) [method, action, product] → trop coûteux/euse
an uneconomical use of resources → un gaspillage de ressources

uneconomical

adjunwirtschaftlich, unökonomisch; style of runningunökonomisch; personverschwenderisch

uneconomical

[ˌʌniːkəˈnɒmɪkl] adj (car, machine) → poco economico/a; (use) → dispendioso/a
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These include an arguably excessive number of people dependent on agriculture (two-thirds of the population produces 12% of gross domestic product), uneconomically small landholdings (thanks to population growth and land reform), a broken agricultural credit system, government procurement policies that cause market distortions, and the failure to ensure MSPs.
These include an arguably excessive number of people dependent on agriculture (two-thirds of the population produces 12 per cent of GDP), uneconomically small landholdings (thanks to population growth and land reform), a broken agricultural credit system, government procurement policies that cause market distortions, and the failure to ensure MSPs.
Under the Gezira Scheme, not only has a once-barren like desert-land been converted into one of the most fertile and productive areas on planet, but also the nomadic population, which was once uneconomically thinly spread all over the place, is now being permanently settled into viable and lively towns and villages.
This enables the manufacturer to produce a previously unimaginable range of products without having to maintain uneconomically large component inventories.
By having a direct non-stop service from Manila to Brisbane, PAL would be temporarily suspending flights to Darwin citing that a stand-alone Manila to Darwin service would be uneconomically sustainable."The airline will revisit this decision in the near future as market conditions improve," PAL said.
Last week we reported the service had been removed due to a "lack of demand" which led to it becoming "uneconomically viable".
Although the optimised spray-dried powder had an improved median particle size of 28.932 [+ or -]0.726 [micro]m with a volume fraction of 64.450 [+ or -] 0.53 having uniformity of 0.475 [+ or -] 0.002 and an improved morphology than the starting aerogel, the yield of the granulated aerogel-based powder was only 10% which was thought to be uneconomically feasible to be used for subsequent air plasma spraying at this stage.
Researches [19, 20] about steam Rankine cycle pointed out that the thermal efficiency becomes uneconomically low for medium-temperature hot source.
If fear were really the main reason for rule-consistent behavior, the costs of violence would be uneconomically high for Leviathan: The sanctions for breaches of law would have to be backed to a degree where the related costs would reach the level of income from cratic action.
When coal supplies improved in the mid-1950s the peak electric space heating load decreased, though industry researchers still identified uneconomically high peak loads during cold weather (Hannah 1982, 89-90).
"Instead of looking manually at thousands of ships," Daniel says, the algorithm can help "show all the vessels that behaved uneconomically, turned off their beacon and entered into south European countries."