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Synonyms for economise

spend sparingly, avoid the waste of

use cautiously and frugally

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This new enhancement to the Economise range will now enable Radio-Tech and its partners to offer a cost-effective and robust battery-powered data logging option for single point monitoring applications that compliments the existing fixed-network systems.
However this move could be under threat as the figures appear to show that when people perceive that there is lots of water, they don't feel the need to economise.
In a period of economic change when the public is being asked to economise and consider our carbon footprint, removal or change to the 89 bus route seems short sighted.
He didn't make it clear in the interview whether he shopped online or in a real-world store, but with Aldi, Lidl and Netto reporting sales increases of between 15% and 20%, Clegg is clearly not the only shopper feeling the need to economise.
Mum-of-three Alison, 42, says their weekly grocery bill has leapt from pounds 60 to pounds 100, despite trying to economise.
In case the worst happens, households mustn't economise by dropping "cheap as chips" life cover, says Richard Brown at personal finance website Moneynet.
Economise and push against any financial odds and you won't run short of funds.