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Origin of trade-off
Words nearby trade-off
Example sentences from the Web for trade-off
To be sure, the trade-off for adhering to Chinese restrictions is a lucrative market of professionals.LinkedIn Accidently Censors Tiananmen Square Content|Tim Mak|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a trade-off for those funds, Galactic is committed to creating a Spaceport in Abu Dhabi—a place that loves excess.Branson’s Galactic Obstacles: Tom Bower Puts a Damper on Virgin’s Space Flight Dreams|Clive Irving|January 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It's not that they're making a trade-off between this and another piece of jewelry.
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That's a trade-off elite politicians are more than happy to make, but where is the concern for the native born working class?
British Dictionary definitions for trade-off
Cultural definitions for trade-off
What must be given up, and what is gained, when an economic decision is made.
Idioms and Phrases with trade-off
Exchange one thing for another, especially as a compromise. For example, They were willing to trade off some vacation for the freedom to work flexible hours. This idiom gave rise to tradeoff for “an exchange.” [First half of 1800s]