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cost-efficient

[kawst-i-fish-uh nt, kost-] /ˈkɔst ɪˈfɪʃ ənt, ˈkɒst-/
adjective
Related forms
cost-efficiency, noun
cost-efficiently, adverb
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Examples from the web for cost-efficient
  • Recycling scrap metals cuts air and water pollution from manufacturing and results in products that are more cost-efficient.
  • They create cost-efficient educational frameworks within which to educate graduate students about public history.
  • Taxpayers should be demanding outsourced services as a means to cost-efficient government.
  • Suddenly rendered cost-efficient, cotton farming became a way to get rich quick.
  • But online micro marketing is merely a cost-efficient means to target the parts in order to win the sum.
  • Natural gas becomes a more cost-efficient generating fuel, since it emits less sulfur.
  • It is, for the moment, not cost-efficient to try to live within our means.
  • Researchers say this longtime bane of offshore drilling is more cost-efficient than wind and solar.
  • The company has developed a proprietary technology to create cost-efficient solar panels.
  • Larger clusters are best built from rack-mounted servers, which are more space- and cost-efficient.
Contemporary definitions for cost-efficient
adjective

cost-effective; productive or effective in relation to its cost

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