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Definition of financial adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

    

financial

 adjective
adjective
NAmE//fəˈnænʃl//
 
, NAmE//faɪˈnænʃl//
 
[usually before noun]
 
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connected with money and finance financial services to give financial advice to be in financial difficulties an independent financial adviser Tokyo and New York are major financial centers. Thesauruseconomicfinancial commercial monetary fiscalThese words all describe activities or situations that are connected with the use of money, especially by a business or country.economic connected with the trade, industry, and development of wealth of a country, an area, or a society:This book deals with the social, economic, and political issues of the period.financial connected with money and finance:She had gotten into financial difficulties. Tokyo is a major financial center.commercial connected with the buying and selling of goods and services:We rent both commercial and residential properties.monetary (formal or finance) connected with money, especially all the money in a country:The Federal Reserve Bank controls monetary policy in the U.S.fiscal (finance) connected with government or public money, especially taxes:The fiscal year begins in July.Patterns economic/financial/commercial/monetary/fiscal affairs/decisions the economic/financial/commercial/fiscal climate the economic/financial/commercial side of something an economic/financial/commercial center
NAmE//fəˈnænʃəli//
 
, NAmE//faɪˈnænʃəli//
 
adverb She is still financially dependent on her parents. Financially, I'm much better off than before. Such projects are not financially viable without government funding.
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