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Origin of trade-off
Example sentences from the Web for trade-off
This is likely a lowball number but it has the merit to illustrate the tradeoff that raising the minimum wage requires.
Decades of feminists—female, male, trans—have fought, and continue to fight, so that that will never be the tradeoff.
This whole thing…this tradeoff of security for freedom is upsetting to me.Oliver Stone on the Tyranny of Obama’s ‘Exceptional’ America|Andrew Romano|October 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The tradeoff hardly seems worth the obvious problems with effectively asking industry to conduct their own inspections.Those Generic Drugs May Not Have Been What You Thought They Were|Megan McArdle|May 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All government programs face a tradeoff between Type I and Type II error--between false positives and false negatives.How a Discrimination Settlement Turned into a Bonanza for Fraudsters|Megan McArdle|April 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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]