inflation-adjusted inˌflation-adˈjusted adjective [only before a noun] ECONOMICS
inflation-adjusted prices and indicators such as spending, growth etc take inflation into account:

• Real, or inflation-adjusted, fares remain lower today than they were 10 years ago.

• An annual inflation-adjusted growth rate for GNP of 6% is not bad.

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inflation-adjusted UK US adjective [before noun] ECONOMICS, FINANCE
used to describe the real value of wages, prices, etc. taking into account the effect of inflation: »

The minimum wage was near a 40-year low in inflation-adjusted terms.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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