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Dictionary English German: [economy]

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monetary {adj} [e.g. assets, crisis, economy, payment]
435
Geld- [z. B. Vermögen, Krise, Wirtschaft, Zahlung]
faltering {adj} [economy]
379
geschwächt
collapsed {adj} {past-p} [e.g. star, lung, economy]
48
kollabiert [z. B. Stern, Lunge, Wirtschaft]
econ. sociol. specialized {adj} [e.g. economy]
26
arbeitsteilig [z. B. Wirtschaft]
vibrant {adj} [e.g. economy, city]
22
boomend
domestic {adj} [e.g. trade, demand, economy, migration]
20
Binnen- [z. B. Handel, Nachfrage, Wirtschaft, Wanderung]
sth. boomed [economy]etw. nahm einen Aufschwung
sth. booms [economy]etw. nimmt einen Aufschwung
Verbs
to thrive [prosper, e.g. economy]
618
blühen [gedeihen, florieren, z. B. Wirtschaft]
econ. med. to recover [health, economy]
369
gesunden [geh.]
med. psych. to recover [return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength; also: economy etc.]
174
genesen [geh.] [gesund werden; auch: sich erholen (Wirtschaft etc.)]
econ. to nosedive [fig.] [prices, economy]
87
einbrechen [fig.] [Preise, Wirtschaft]
econ. ecol. tech. to decarbonise [Br.] [economy, technology]
42
dekarbonisieren [Wirtschaft, Technik]
to devastate [economy]zugrunde richten
to devastate [economy]zu Grunde richten
to labilize sth. [e.g. a system, an economy]etw.Akk. labilisieren [geh.] [destabilisieren]
to overheat [car, engine, etc.; also: economy]sich überhitzen [Auto, Motor etc.; auch: Konjunktur]
econ. to reflate sth. [e.g. the economy]etw. wieder in Gang bringen [z. B. die Wirtschaft]
naut. to refloat sth. [a ship; also fig.: the economy, etc.]etw. (wieder) flottmachen [ein Schiff; auch fig.: die Wirtschaft etc.]
econ. to refloat sth. [the economy, a company, etc.]etw.Akk. wieder zum Laufen bringen [die Wirtschaft, ein Unternehmen etc.]
Nouns
resilience [of economy]
619
Stabilität {f}
recovery [return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength, also: of economy, etc.]
546
Genesung {f} [geh.] [Gesundwerden; auch: der Wirtschaft etc.]
aviat. TrVocab. coach [Am.] [economy class]
39
Touristenklasse {f} [billigste Kategorie]
econ. electr. drop [economy, curve]
16
Abknicken {n}
recovery [economy]
16
Wiederaufschwung {m}
econ. economies [types of economy]
13
Wirtschaftsformen {pl}
econ. health [of an economy, business]
9
Wohlergehen {n}
recovery [return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength, also: of economy, etc.]Wiedergenesung {f}
2 Words: Others
econ. recovery-oriented {adj} {past-p} [economy]aufschwungsorientiert [in wirtschaftlicher Hinsicht]
2 Words: Verbs
to be depressed [trade, economy]daniederliegen [geh.] [Handel, Wirtschaft: nicht gedeihen / florieren]
to go south [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [plans, economy, etc.]den Bach runtergehen [ugs.] [zunichtewerden] [Redewendung]
to kick-start sth. [fig.] [stimulate, boost] [the economy, the production, tourism]etw.Akk. ankurbeln [fig.] [z. B. die Wirtschaft, die Produktion, den Tourismus]
2 Words: Nouns
aviat. cattle class [coll.] [hum.]Holzklasse {f} [hum.] [fig.] [Economy Class]
econ. generational economy [economy persisting for generations]Generationenwirtschaft {f} [die Generationen überdauernde Wirtschaft]
econ. primary production [primary sector of the economy]Urproduktion {f} [Primärsektor der Wirtschaft]
recessional phase [economy, glaciation]Rezessionsphase {f}
econ. shortage economy [economy characterized by constant shortages]Mangelwirtschaft {f}
econ. pol. U-turn [in politics, economy]Umschwung {m} [in der Politik, Wirtschaft, Konjunktur]
3 Words: Verbs
to come to life [fig.] [engine, economy, etc.]anspringen [Motor, Konjunktur etc.] [in Gang kommen]
3 Words: Nouns
econ. Internet Unverified (the) sharing economy [freelance economic activity, e.g. Uber, Lyft]Kokonsum {m} [Sharing Economy]
med. economy class syndrome <ECS>Flugthrombose {f} [Economy-Class-Syndrom]
econ. market. High Street shops [Br.][traditionelle Unternehmen im Gegensatz zu New-Economy-Unternehmen]
pear-shaped economy [Br.] [coll.] [mismanaged economy]Murkswirtschaft {f} [ugs.]
4 Words: Verbs
to be in the dumper [coll.] [idiom] [economy, prices, career, etc.]auf einem Tiefpunkt (angekommen) sein [Redewendung]
idiom to be in the dumper [economy, prices, career.,etc.]an einem Tiefpunkt (angekommen) sein
5+ Words: Nouns
econ. market. bricks / brick and mortar <B&M> businesses [esp. Am.][traditionelle Unternehmen im Gegensatz zu New-Economy-Unternehmen]
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