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/ˈkapətlˌizəm/,
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An economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state,
  1. An economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state


  1. an economic system based on private ownership of capital
  2. (capitalist) a person who invests capital in a business (especially a large business)
  3. (capitalistic) favoring or practicing capitalism
  4. Capitalism is an economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately owned and operated for a private profit; decisions regarding supply, demand, price, distribution, and investments are made by private actors in the market rather than by central planning by the ...
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  6. Capitalism is a business simulation computer game first published in 1995 by Interactive Magic, developed by Enlight for the Macintosh and MS-DOS and designed by Trevor Chan. Other similar business simulation games include Industry Giant, Entrepreneur and The Corporate Machine. ...
  7. (CAPITALIST) investor (one's own money or after the market formed, of others' money
  8. (Capitalist) A person who makes his/her living primarily from owning the means of production and/or exploiting labor. More
  9. (Capitalist) In this context, I mean quite literally the traditional definition of a capitalist: the person who exploits labour (who are paid wages) for profit.
  10. An economic system built upon the profit motive. Capitalism depends upon private individuals or companies investing money in order to make profits. In Marxist analysis, these profits are secured by exploiting workers who provide their labour.
  11. An economic system in which private individuals and corporations own goods, aim to make a profit and have freedom to set prices for goods and services
  12. An economic system founded by Adam Smith whose central features are private property, profit, and competition.  Private property means that all (or almost all) property, from land to the means of production (industry), is owned privately by individuals. ...
  13. A socio-economic system characterized by private initiative and the private ownership of factors of production. In such a system individuals have the right to own and use wealth to earn income and to sell and purchase labor for wages. ...
  14. n.  Man exploiting man. Socialism: The reverse.
  15. An economic system in which capital (the goods or wealth used to produce other goods for profit) is privately owned and profit is reinvested so as to accumulate capital. The dynamics of the economic exchange in capitalism are unique. ...
  16. An economic/financial system where a relatively small number of individuals own the vast bulk of capital assets, and where the majority of the population is employed at a wage and owns little or no capital.
  17. The economic system of large financial institutions-banks, stock exchanges, investment companies-that first developed in early modern Europe. ...
  18. Capitalism is “the condition of possessing capital“ [1].  It refers to an economic system whereby goods and services are exchanged on a for-profit basis.  Exchange is generally mediated through money. ...
  19. A social, political and economic system in which individuals are free to own the means of production and maximize profits and in which resources allocation is determined by the price system.
  20. This is an economic system and ideology based around the idea of people trading on a market, owning private property and accumulating capital to invest in financial or industrial enterprise. ...
  21. “Capitalism is what people do if you leave them alone” (attributed to political philosopher Kenneth Minogue).
  22. Economic organization based upon the free market and inherent individual rights.
  23. An economic concept of civilization that is based on the private ownership (and control) of the means of production. ...
  24. the process of using wealth to produce more wealth. Not to be confused with political processes of privilege.
  25. an economic (not political or governmental) system that favors and requires a free market, competition, and private (as opposed to governmental) ownership of the means of production (i.e., businesses). ...