Noun(1) a general and progressive increase in prices(2) (cosmology, faster than the speed of light(3) lack of elegance as a consequence of being pompous and puffed up with vanity(4) the act of filling something with air
(1) high inflation rates(2) The scenario for inflation in 1982 was that the universe began with a big bang singularity.(3) Meanwhile they have awarded themselves salary rises well above inflation .(4) In December he indicated that he was concerned about inflation and the excessive risk taking in the markets.(5) Over the long run, as the graph dramatically shows, equities have strongly outperformed bonds and inflation .(6) It is hardly surprising, then, that inflation has been on an upward trend.(7) Has anyone but me noticed the gross inflation of pool table costs during the last decade?(8) the gross inflation of salaries(9) These outer hair cells are trypsin treated from inside and are made spherical by inflation .(10) Even though inflation at 2.6% is low, it is still eating into any money left on deposit.(11) These are the same landlords who clamoured over cheap two and three-bed houses in the first place, driving inflation .(12) After maximal inflation , the balloon can immediately be deflated because the mesh opposes elastic recoil.(13) inflation rate(14) In some sense, the cyclic idea still uses inflation to smooth out the universe.(15) I think he's missing out on all the massive bouts with inflation .(16) The bare figures, however, conceal the fact that domestic inflation is still stubbornly high.
(1) inflation rate :: cyfradd chwyddiant
1. rising prices ::
prisiau yn codi
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