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  • IPA(key): [ˈɛkonomɪka]
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ekonomika f

  1. economy

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EtymologyEdit

Via some other European language, ultimately from Latin oeconomia, from Ancient Greek οἰκονομία (oikonomía, management of a household, administration), from οἶκος (oîkos, house) and νόμος (nómos, law).

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ekonomika f (4th declension)

  1. economy (system of management of capital and resources, their production, distribution, and consumption)
    feodālisma, kapitālisma, sociālisma ekonomikafeudal, capitalist, socialist economy
    economy (total sum of resources, production, services, and capital of a given area, or in a given social domain)
    Latvijas ekonomikathe Latvian economy
    rūpniecības, transporta ekonomikaindustrial, transport economy
    interesnati palūkoties, kādas būs Baltijas ekonomikas rītdienait is interesting to see what the tomorrow (= future) of the Baltic economy will be
  2. economics (social science that studies resource production, distribution, and consumption, capital and investment, and the management of the factors of production)
    ekonomikas zinātneeconomics (lit. economy science)
    ekonomikas vēsturehistory of economics
    ekonomikas fakultātefaculty of economics
    studēt ekonomikuto study economics

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ekonomika f

  1. economy (system of management of capital and resources, their production, distribution, and consumption)
    feodalizmo, kapitalizmo, socializmo ekonomika — feudal, capitalist, socialist economy
    economy (total sum of resources, production, services, and capital of a given area, or in a given social domain)
    Lietuvos ekonomika — the Lithuanian economy
    industrinė, transporto ekonomika — industrial, transport economy
  2. economics (social science that studies resource production, distribution, and consumption, capital and investment, and the management of the factors of production)

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