Aggregate (总量)

Aggregate  (总计 zǒng jì) refers to the constituting or amounting of the economy to a whole.

  • Aggregate or total ( zǒng) as in aggregate demand (总需求 zǒng xū qiú; zǒng, total).
  • When translating phrases like “aggregate demand” (总需求 zǒng xū qiú), “aggregate” will only be translated into a single character “” (zǒng), but “aggregate” itself will be translated into 总计 (zǒng jì).

Part 1: Breakdown of Words

” (zǒng) as in “altogether” (总共 zǒng gòng), “always” (总是 zǒng shì), “overall” (总体 zǒng tǐ), “premier” (总理 zǒng lǐ), “total sum” (总和 zǒng hé), “in summary” (总之 zǒng zhī), or “president” (总统 zǒng tǒng).

” (jì) as in “caculation” (计算 jì suàn), “plan” (计划 jì huà) or “estimate” (估计 gū jì).

Part 2: Examples:

  1.  Aggregate demand (总需求 zǒng xū qiú).
  2.  Aggregate supply (总供给 zǒng gōng jǐ).
  3.  Aggregate expenditure (总支出 zǒng zhī chū).
  4.  Aggregate production (总产量 zǒng chǎn liàng).
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