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Definition of "economization" [e•con•o•mi•za•tion]

  • The act or practice of using resources to the best effect. (noun)

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Use "economization" in a sentence
  • "How far this 'economization' of the German people had succeededis most visible in the fact that after the War one of the leading headsof German industry, and above all of commerce, was finally able to expressthe opinion that economic effort as such was alone in a position to re-establishGermany."
  • "Important principles like bracing, material economization and moisture prevention may possibly lead to a more sustainable building tradition in the future, says TYIN of their experience."
  • "Because there are an awful lot of games where we don't want economization."