Economic vs Economys – What’s the difference?

Economic vs Economys - What's the difference?



Alternative forms

* economick (archaic)
* (archaic)
* (obsolete)


(en adjective )

  • Pertaining to an economy.
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  • Frugal; cheap (in the sense of representing good value) ; economical.
  • Pertaining to the study of money and its movement.
  • Usage notes

    Modern usage prefers economic‘ when describing the economy of a region or country (and when referring to personal or family budgeting).
    is preferred when referring to thrift or value for money.

    Derived terms

    * economical
    * economics




    Not English

    Economys has no English definition. It may be misspelled.