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fru·gal [froo-guhl]

 /ˈfrugəl/  [froo-guhl]

adjective

1. economical in use or expenditure; prudently saving or sparing; not wasteful: What your office needs is a frugal manager who can save you money without resorting to painful cutbacks. Synonyms: thrifty, chary, provident, careful, prudent, penny-wise.

2. entailing little expense; requiring few resources.

Origin: 1590–1600; < Latin frūgālis economical, equivalent to frūg- (stem of frūx produce, fruit) + -ālis -al1

 

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