[ih-kon-uh-miz-uh m] /ɪˈkɒn əˌmɪz əm/
the theory or practice of assigning primary importance to the economy or to economic achievement.
(often capital) (in Tsarist Russia) a political belief that the sole concern of the working classes should be with improving their living conditions and not with political reforms
[ih-kon-uh-mist] /ɪˈkɒn ə mɪst/ noun 1. a specialist in . 2. Archaic. a thrifty or frugal person. /ɪˈkɒnəmɪst/ noun 1. a specialist in economics 2. (archaic) a person who advocates or practises frugality n. 1580s, “household manager,” from Middle French économiste; meaning “student of political economy” is from 1804; see economy + -ist.
/ɪˌkɒnəˈmɪstɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to economics or finances: economistic issues
[ih-kon-uh-mahyz] /ɪˈkɒn əˌmaɪz/ verb (used without object), economized, economizing. 1. to practice ; avoid waste or extravagance. verb (used with object), economized, economizing. 2. to manage ; use sparingly or frugally. /ɪˈkɒnəˌmaɪz/ verb 1. (often foll by on) to limit or reduce (expense, waste, etc) v. 1640s, “to govern a household,” from economy + -ize. […]
[ih-kon-uh-mahy-zer] /ɪˈkɒn əˌmaɪ zər/ noun 1. a person who . 2. (in a boiler) a device for warming feed water with gases entering the chimney or stack. /ɪˈkɒnəˌmaɪzə/ noun 1. a device that uses the waste heat from a boiler flue to preheat the feed water 2. a person or thing that economizes