Definition of Postrecession

1. Adjective. Occurring after a recession. ¹



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Definition of Postrecession

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postrecession

postpubertal
postpubertally
postpuberty
postpubescent
postpublication
postpunk
postpurchase
postqualifying
postquasistatic
postrace
postracial
postracist
postratification
postreaction
postrecession (current term)
postrecruitment
postrelease
postreligious
postremogeniture
postrenal
postreplication
postreplicative
postreproductive
postresidency
postresonance
postretirees
postretirement
postrevolutionary
postrider

Literary usage of Postrecession

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1. Urban Change and Poverty by Michael G. H. McGeary, Laurence E. Lynn (1988)
"If the shift/share results are predictive of what should be happening during the current postrecession period, we would expect the South and West to still ..."

2. Budget Policy: Prompt Action Necessary to Avert Long-Term Damage to the Economy (1993)
"Action to hold the deficit at its expected postrecession level would mitigate some of these negative effects, but in the long run would require increasingly ..."

3. Multinationals and East Asian Integration by Wendy Dobson (1997)
"The postrecession wave of FDI in electronics was led by US MNEs in industrial electronics, particularly disk drives and other computer peripherals, ..."

4. Multinationals and East Asian Integration by Wendy Dobson (1997)
"The postrecession wave of FDI in electronics was led by US MNEs in industrial electronics, particularly disk drives and other computer peripherals, ..."

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