Tradeoff [noun]

Definition of Tradeoff:

decision, conclusion

Opposite/Antonyms of Tradeoff:

Sentence/Example of Tradeoff:

A far-off volley rumbled over the plain, and a few birds stirred uneasily among the trees.

The result of the restoration of trade, banking, and credit to earlier and more normal conditions has been steadily apparent.

The doctrine of international free trade, albeit the most conspicuous of its applications, was but one case under the general law.

But they have tied their credit system in the bonds of narrow banking laws and their trade in those of a cramping tariff.

So far we have not made great progress in securing Europe's Latin-American trade.

Soon after its cultivation began in France, Spain, and Portugal, the tobacco trade was farmed out.

The books of the London stationers company record the names of 59 persons exercising the trade as master printers.

The city and commercial suburb of Binondo wore their usual aspect, although trade was almost at a standstill.

It was commenced in 1883, from a philanthropic feeling, but must rank among trade societies as much as many others.

It is the custom in the English forts to make every Indian who comes to trade, a present of a clay pipe filled with tobacco.