- "an economy condition" or "condition of economy"
- "an economic condition"
Could anyone please through some vivid examples show me what is the subtle difference between the two?
The question is a bit vague, but the syntax (word structure) can reveal the meaning; usage of economy in a prepositional phrase of the economy is subtly different than the use as an adjective economic.
a/the condition of the economy
the meaning of condition is closer to status:
How is the economy doing? = What is the condition of the economy? = What is its status?
On the other hand, referring to
an economic condition
might mean something that is dependent on the economy. Someone might say:
In making a contract with another company, I emphasized the importance of our economic condition.
That might be a stretch, though. In general, I would say those two things can be taken to mean the exact same thing.