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noun as in consumer price index

noun as in cost-of-living index

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Example Sentences

CPI reporters David Heath and Ben Wieder contributed to this report.

Which is more substantive: chained CPI, or criminal justice reform?

Chained CPI is a more conservative way of measuring inflation and, in effect, an assault on already-retired seniors.

Obama could say "I'll go with you on chained CPI, but let's raise the FICA tax cap."

Gathering information about local goods for sale in order to develop a targeted Consumer Price Index (CPI).

Cpi is a sort of auxiliary verb; incepi is emphatic; hence cpi has an infinitive, incipere a substantive, for its object.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to CPI, such as: price index, retail price index, and cost-of-living index.

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