In a way that involves careful use of money or resources
the new building was erected as economically as possible
In a way that uses no more of something than is necessary
a précis aims to express a passage more economically
with respect to economic science; "economically this proposal makes no sense"
in an economical manner
(economical) avoiding waste; "an economical meal"; "an economical shopper"; "a frugal farmer"; "a frugal lunch"; "a sparing father and a spending son"; "sparing in their use of heat and light"; "stinting in bestowing gifts"; "thrifty because they remember the great Depression"; "`scotch' is used ...
(economical) Careful with money so as not to spend too much; prudent; thrifty; Relating to economy in any other sense
(Economical) The Berkey is easily the most economical water filtration system you can own. Its unique design allows you to easily remove and clean the ceramic filters over and over again.
(ECONOMICAL) Direct financial, work-related costs that occur at the least cost to the state and which the state is responsible to pay.
(Economical) Low voltage systems use low wattage bulbs, some use wedge based light bulbs, while others use bayonet based light bulbs, halogen bulbs are also quite popular, all are very energy efficient. ...
(Economical) The determination of how much money or fuel is required to cover a particular distance. Good economy involves driving at a steady rate, avoiding rapid starts and stops, driving in the highest possible Gear, avoiding using power- robbing components (e.g. ...
(Economical) The immobilized enzyme is easily removed from the reaction making it easy to recycle the biocatalyst.
(Economical) including biodiversity into macro economical indicators of countries, economical asset of biodiversity a) as real value (medic and genetic engineering), b) profit for activity - eco-tourism, cost of restoration of damaged biodiversity
(economical) using the fewest words possible to communicate the idea
people need to be free to innovate. International competition is fierce, so countries with high labour-costs need to be clever if they want to sustain their standard-of-living. And cleverness has to be continually reinvented;