reflationary

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

reflation +‎ -ary

Adjective[edit]

reflationary (comparative more reflationary, superlative most reflationary)

  1. (economics) Of or pertaining to reflation.
    • 2009 March 28, Terry Macalister, “It should be the environment and the economy, stupid”, in The Guardian[1]:
      And despite a barrage of green rhetoric, Britain has only committed £1.5bn to sustainability as part of its £25bn reflationary package, less than a third of France, a sixth of Germany and 100 times less than China, according to analysts at HSBC Bank.