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Definition of "spending" []

  • Present participle of spend. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "spending" in a sentence
  • "Andrew Rawnsley or anyone else's next salvo proves that Brown's jealousy, ­paranoia and ambition did actual damage to policy, spending and results: it has been suggested that his curious ­spending bonanza - with a crescendo in the year 2004-2005 - was designed for when he expected to take over the ­leadership to win the 2005 election, ­falling off sharply thereafter."
  • "Slide 9: Define Aggregate Demand {AD} Sum of demand for ALL economic units in the economy Aggregate Demand Curve Shows the quantity of RGDP purchased at each possible price level by 3 main sectors of spending (C, I, G) spending  spending Shifts in the AD Curve rightward shift leftward shift Spending v. Saving (Any situation that would increase or decrease the amount of money consumers, businesses, government have to spend.)"
  • "This suggests that the difference in spending is mostly attributable to higher prices of goods and services."