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physical capital

[ fiz-i-kuhl kap-i-tl ]
/ ˈfɪz ɪ kəl ˈkæp ɪ tl /
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noun
tools, machinery, computers, and other equipment that are needed for the production of goods and services: money spent by business firms on physical capital.
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