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Effective or productive in relation to its cost.‘the most cost-effective way to invest in the stock market’
profitable, profit-making, gainful, remunerative, moneymaking, paying, high-income, well paid, high-paying, bankable, cost-effectiveView synonyms
- ‘This is a cost benefit that also allows us to really launch new products in a very cost-effective way.’
- ‘Cereal growers are dependent on farm machinery for cost-effective production.’
- ‘Customised training has taken centre stage as the most cost-effective option.’
- ‘This is perhaps the wisest and most cost-effective option in the long run, say sources.’
- ‘Our goal is to procure the best products and services in a cost-effective and timely manner.’
- ‘They were seen as a cost-effective way of redressing the perceived lack of seed capital for such enterprises.’
- ‘They save the companies a fair chunk of money and offer small shareholders a cost-effective way of getting rid of their shares.’
- ‘How would they reach their target market in the most cost-effective way possible?’
- ‘He said the initiative was a cost-effective way to reduce retail crime and the loss of hundreds of thousands of pounds every year.’
- ‘They help deal with fluctuations and make the company more cost-effective.’
- ‘If the third and fourth blocks are closed than the production of electricity will not be cost-effective any more.’
- ‘With pricing based on a range of optional functionality, it is also cost-effective.’
- ‘One of the most efficient and cost-effective approaches to the late payment problem is invoice finance.’
- ‘This means thinking on your feet and finding the most cost-effective marketing medium for your product or service.’
- ‘However this issue can be turned into a cost-effective advantage without too much fuss.’
- ‘This product is of serious interest to students, as it is the most cost-effective.’
- ‘In many cases, it is more cost-effective to invest your money in a bigger and better-equipped house.’
- ‘Countries with high labour costs realize that it is simply not cost-effective to manufacture textiles locally.’
- ‘With the Internet, it is possible to collect much more data in a much more cost-effective way.’
- ‘She said all health services should be provided in a cost-effective manner.’
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