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"Económico" is an adjective which is often translated as "economic", and "viaje" is a noun which is often translated as "trip". Learn more about the difference between "económico" and "viaje" below.
económico(
eh
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koh
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noh
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mee
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koh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (related to economy)
a. economic
Durante la crisis económica, tuve que vender mi carro y mi casa.During the economic crisis, I had to sell my car and my house.
2. (low-priced)
a. cheap
Esta carne picada es económica, pero contiene más grasa.This ground beef is cheap, but it has more fat.
b. economical
Me alcanzó para comprar un frigorífico pequeño y económico.I could only afford a small, economical fridge.
c. inexpensive
El hotel es viejo pero económico, y queda cerca de la playa.The hotel is old but inexpensive, and it's located near the beach.
d. low-cost
Voy a volar a Londres en una aerolínea económica.I'm flying to London with a low-cost airline.
3. (related to money)
a. financial
La pareja no dejó que los problemas económicos afectaran a su matrimonio.The couple didn't let financial problems affect their marriage.
4. (cost-effective)
a. economical
Compré un acondicionador de aire que usa un 20% menos de energía que el anterior.I bought an economical air conditioner that uses 20% less energy than the old one.
5. (sparing)
a. thrifty
Ruy es económico y siempre compra las marcas más baratas.Ruy is thrifty and always buys the cheapest brands.
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viaje(
byah
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heh
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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (travel from one place to another)
a. trip
Vamos a tomar un viaje a Machu Picchu.We're going on a trip to Machu Picchu.
b. journey (a long trip)
El viaje a Egipto fue arduo y peligroso.The journey to Egypt was arduous and dangerous.
c. voyage (by ship or spaceship)
Vieron una manada de ballenas durante su viaje por el mar Atlántico.They saw a pod of whales during their voyage across the Atlantic.
2. (run)
a. trip
Tuvimos que hacer varios viajes para llevar todas nuestras cosas al nuevo departamento.We had to make several trips to bring all our things to the new apartment.
3. (hallucination)
a. trip (figurative)
Ese libro se trata del mal viaje de dos hombres en Las Vegas.That book is about the bad trip two guys had in Las Vegas.
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