What is the definition of socioeconomic

socio-economic (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive socio-economic, Comparative , Superlative
Hyphenation:
so | zio | eco | no | mixed, No increase
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [zot͡si̯oʔøkoˈnoːmɪʃ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) affecting the economy and society alike
Application examples:
1) The socio-economic The value of nature conservation is often underestimated.

Translations

  • Swedish: 1) socioekonomisk

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

At the Free University of Berlin, developmental psychologists and schoolchildren are presenting the first results of an EU project on “Cyberbullying socio-economic disadvantaged young people ”.
Focus Online, August 8, 2019

Few migrants are drawn to Russia. But the tense socio-economic Situation increases xenophobia.
DiePresse.com, August 27, 2018

Berlin - children from households with low socio-economic Status (SES) tend to use different doctors than children from wealthy families.
aerzteblatt.de, December 12, 2018

What is the cause of the state strike that broke out 100 years ago? The economists Christoph Schaltegger and Lukas Schmid do not believe in the thesis of a steady deterioration in the socio-economic Location.
NZZ Online, October 30, 2018

Two trends are currently influencing human resources: On the one hand, social and economic change is accelerating, which makes it more complex socio-economic Environment leads.
Computer Week, October 16, 2018

Does caring for other people have any disadvantages? Whoever cares for other people seems socio-economic being disadvantaged and at greater risk of poorer mental and physical health.
heilpraxisnet.de, June 17, 2020

Because economic research is male-dominated, there is also a lack of interest in research into the socio-economic Consequences of assault in a professional context.
Frankfurter Rundschau, January 20, 2020

In view of the increasing corona numbers and the socio-economic As a result, Israel's planned annexation of the West Bank suddenly no longer has a priority.
Luxemburger Wort, July 13, 2020

Düsseldorf - In addition to somatic complaints, also play socio-economic Factors play an important role in the quality of life of patients after heart surgery.
aerzteblatt.de, June 19, 2020

This is a blind spot in the diversity debate socio-economic Status.
NZZ, August 20, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection socioeconomic - The declension of the adjective socioeconomic

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe socio-economicof the socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economic
Femininethe socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economic
neuterthe socio-economicof the socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economic
Pluralthe socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economicthe socio-economic
indefinite article
Masculinea socio-economica socio-economica socio-economica socio-economic
Femininea socio-economica socio-economica socio-economica socio-economic
neutera socio-economica socio-economica socio-economica socio-economic
without article
Masculinesocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economic
Femininesocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economic
neutersocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economic
Pluralsocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economicsocio-economic

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "socio-economic":

socio-economic: Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: so | zio | öko | no | mi | schem Grammatical features: dative singular masculine of the strong declension of the positive of the adjective socio-economic dative singular neuter of the strong declension of the positive of the adjective socio-economic

socio-economic:… Features: Genitive singular masculine of the strong declination of the positive of the adjective socio-economic accusative singular masculine of the strong declension of the positive of ...

socio-economic: ... Characteristics: nominative singular masculine of the strong declension of the positive of the adjective socio-economic genitive singular feminine of the strong declension of the positive of ...

socio-economic: ... Characteristics: nominative singular neuter of the strong declension of the positive of the adjective socio-economic accusative singular neuter of the strong declension of the positive of ...

socio-economic:… Features: nominative singular feminine of the strong declination of the positive of the adjective socio-economic accusative singular feminine of the strong declension of the positive of ...


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