Exhibiting or causing reduced inflation. (adjective)
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Use "disinflationary" in a sentence
"But a real oil spike and tighter policy could damp consumer spending and weigh on asset prices, generating medium-term disinflationary pressures."
""One of the reasons for the great stock performance of the 1980s and 1990s was a long-term disinflationary trend.""
"Noland also proclaims These days, analysts mistake the effects of massive global manufacturing investment a Credit Inflation Manifestation! for a continuation of the nineties 'disinflationary' environment."