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Princeton's WordNet

  1. tradeoff, trade-offnoun

    an exchange that occurs as a compromise

    "I faced a tradeoff between eating and buying my medicine"


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  1. List of paraphrases for "trade-off":

    compromise, dilemma, arbitration, balance, horse-trading

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  1. Scott Morrison:

    The suggestion that Australia, by having some trade-off where we could have higher emissions reduction targets, which would destroy jobs in regional communities, if we did that, then we wouldn't be having these fires. That is just not true.

  2. Fox News ':

    What I would say going forward to Hillary is tell your brother to bug out and to find other ways to make a living other than appearing to trade off your name, it's not a political problem for Hillary. It is an appearance problem.

  3. Swatch Group:

    This unabashed copying of the Trademarks can have only one purpose – to trade off the fame, reputation, and goodwill of the Swatch Group Companies' products and marks built painstakingly over decades.

  4. Raoul Ruparel:

    The basic trade-off is: yes there are potential gains post-Brexit, but they are not easy, are people and politicians willing to do what is necessary to reap these gains? I don't think the hard choices have been discussed enough.

  5. Melanie Leis:

    For a lot of young people there is a trade-off : potential side-effects versus the fact they are young and healthy, so unlikely to get seriously sick, when asked about the reasons for not having received a vaccine yet, only 4 % of the 40 + group stated concerns about side effects, compared to 10 % of those 18-29.

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