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fi·nan·cial

 (fə-năn′shəl, fī-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving finance, finances, or financiers.

fi·nan′cial·ly adv.

financial

(fɪˈnænʃəl; faɪ-)
adj
1. (Banking & Finance) of or relating to finance or finances
2. (Banking & Finance) of or relating to persons who manage money, capital, or credit
3. informal Austral and NZ having money; in funds
4. Austral and NZ (of a club member) fully paid-up
fiˈnancially adv

fi•nan•cial

(fɪˈnæn ʃəl, faɪ-)

adj.
1. pertaining or relating to money matters; pecuniary.
2. of or pertaining to those commonly engaged in dealing with money and credit.
[1760–70]
fi•nan′cial•ly, adv.
syn: financial, fiscal, monetary, pecuniary refer to matters concerned with money. financial usu. refers to money matters or transactions of some size or importance: a lucrative financial deal. fiscal is used esp. in connection with government funds, or funds of any organization: the end of the fiscal year. monetary relates esp. to money as such: The dollar is a monetary unit. pecuniary refers to money as used in making ordinary payments: a pecuniary obligation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.financial - involving financial matters; "fiscal responsibility"
nonfinancial - not involving financial matters

financial

adjective economic, business, money, budgeting, budgetary, commercial, monetary, fiscal, pecuniary The company is in financial difficulties.

financial

adjective
Of or relating to finances or those who deal in finances:
Translations
finanční
finans-finansiel
raha-
financijski
fjárhagslegur, fjármála-
財務の
재무상의
finančný
denaren
finansiell
ทางการเงิน
tài chính

financial

[faɪˈnænʃəl]
A. ADJ [services, aid, backing, affairs, security] → financiero; [policy, resources, problems] → económico; [page, section] → de economía, de negocios
B. CPD financial adviser Nasesor(a) m/f financiero/a
financial institution Nentidad f financiera
financial management Ngestión f financiera
financial statement Nestado m financiero, balance m
Financial Times Index Níndice m bursátil del Financial Times
financial year N [of company] → ejercicio m (financiero); [of government] → año m fiscal

financial

[fɪˈnænʃəl faɪˈnænʃəl] adj [difficulty, problem] → financier/ière
financial statement → bilan mfinancial adviser financial consultant nconseiller/ère m/f financier/ière

financial

adj
problems, difficulties, help, supportfinanziell; it makes good or sound financial sensees ist finanziell sinnvoll; financial resourcesGeldmittel pl
(St Ex, Econ) → Finanz-; financial crisis/policyFinanzkrise f/-politik f; financial investmentGeldanlage f; on the financial marketsauf den Finanzmärkten; financial newsWirtschaftsnachrichten pl; financial sectorFinanzsektor m; financial adjustmentFinanzausgleich m; financial statusFinanz- or Vermögenslage f

financial

:
financial accounting
n (Comm) → Finanzbuchhaltung f
financial adviser
nFinanzberater(in) m(f)
financial director
n (Comm) → Leiter(in) m(f)der Finanzabteilung
financial institution
nGeldinstitut nt, → Finanzinstitut nt

financial

:
financial management
n (Comm) → Finanzmanagement nt
financial services
financial statement
n (Comm) → Abschluss m; (annual) → Jahresabschluss m
financial system
nFinanzwesen nt
financial year
n (Brit) → Geschäftsjahr nt, → Finanzjahr nt

financial

[faɪˈnænʃl] adjfinanziario/a
financial management → gestione f finanziaria
financial statement → estratto conto finanziario

finance

(faiˈnӕns) noun
1. (the study or management of) money affairs. He is an expert in finance.
2. (often in plural) the money one has to spend. The government is worried about the state of the country's finances.
verb
to give money for (a plan, business etc). Will the company finance your trip abroad?
fiˈnancial (-ʃəl) adjective
concerning money. financial affairs.
fiˈnancially adverb
fiˈnancier (-siə) , ((American) fainanˈsiər) noun
a person who manages large sums of money.

financial

مَالِيّ finanční finansiel finanziell χρηματοοικονομικός financiero raha- financier financijski finanziario 財務の 재무상의 financieel økonomisk finansowy financeiro финансовый finansiell ทางการเงิน mali tài chính 金融的

financial

a. financiero-a, monetario-a;
___ expensesgastos ___ -s;
___ incomeingresos, honorarios;
___ responsibilitysolvencia, capacidad ___;
adv.
___ responsiblepersona solvente, persona responsable de los gastos.
References in classic literature ?
That is if you're through telling me about my affairs," for Ned, who had formerly worked in the Shopton bank, had recently been made general financial man- ager of the interests of Tom and his father.
So far, the financial situation was no improvement over the one he had left in New Orleans, but of course the prospects were vastly better.
The matter is disagreeably delicate to handle; but, since the reader must needs be let into the secret, he will please to understand, that, about a century ago, the head of the Pyncheons found himself involved in serious financial difficulties.
For it stands to reason that as Joseph's splendid financial ingenuities advantaged nobody but the king, the general public must have regarded him with a good deal of disfavor, whereas I had done my entire public a kindness in sparing the sun, and was popular by reason of it.
On the 22d of June he sold his dog--said 'Dern a dog, anyway, where you're just starting off on a rattling bully pleasure tramp through the summer woods and hills--perfect nuisance--chases the squirrels, barks at everything, goes a-capering and splattering around in the fords-- man can't get any chance to reflect and enjoy nature-- and I'd a blamed sight ruther carry the claim myself, it's a mighty sight safer; a dog's mighty uncertain in a financial way- -always noticed it--well, GOOD-by, boys--last call--I'm off for Tennessee with a good leg and a gay heart, early in the morning.
Randall refused to consider any improvement in their financial condition as a possibility.
Sanders and Hubbard, who had been paying the cost of his experiments, abruptly announced that they would pay no more unless he confined his attention to the musical telegraph, and stopped wasting his time on ear-toys that never could be of any financial value.
He was not without a certain financial ability, which many persons used to their profit.
Circulation was impeded, and everywhere disputes, discussions, and financial transactions were going on.
Besides, that does not concern the home but the financial department.
and inasmuch as I could see that he wished me well, I told him all-- or, rather, I did not tell him EVERYTHING, for that I do to no man (I have not the heart to do it); I told him just a few scattered details concerning my financial straits.
He was the son of a banker at Lyons named Particelli, who, after becoming a bankrupt, chose to change his name to Emery; and Cardinal Richelieu having discovered in him great financial aptitude, had introduced him with a strong recommendation to Louis XIII.

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