dissave

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dis- +‎ save

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dissave (third-person singular simple present dissaves, present participle dissaving, simple past and past participle dissaved)

  1. To spend more than one earns.
    • 1997, Jürgen Eichberger and Ian R. Harper, Financial Economics, Oxford University Press, p. 94
      The ith consumer's choice set is depicted in Figure 3.3 as a single point. It is not possible for the consumer to exploit gains from trade between dates (by saving/dissaving) within the constraints imposed by the spot market economy.

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