One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the government's commitment to economic reform’
financial, monetary, pecuniary, budgetary, fiscal, commercial, trade, mercantile
2‘many organizations must become larger if they are to remain economic’
profitable, profit-making, moneymaking, money-spinning, lucrative, remunerative, financially rewarding, fruitful, gainful, productive
solvent, viable, cost-effective, successful, commercial, commercially successful
3‘rugs or matting are a practical and economic alternative to fitted carpets’
cost-effective, effective, efficient, energy-efficient, fuel-efficient, energy-saving, fuel-saving, worthwhile, valuable, advantageous, cheap, inexpensive, low-cost, low-price, low-budget, budget, economy, reasonable, reasonably priced, cut-price
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