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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.financially - from a financial point of view; "this was financially unattractive"
Translations
ماليّاً
finančně
finansielt
pénzügyileg
fjárhagslega
finančne
mali açıdan

financially

[faɪˈnænʃəlɪ] ADV [independent, sound] → económicamente
the scheme was financially successfulel plan tuvo éxito desde el punto de vista económico
this is not financially possibleesto no es posible por razones financieras
financially, he would be much better offdesde el punto de vista económico or económicamente, saldría ganando

financially

[fɪˈnænʃəli faɪˈnænʃəli] adv [troubled] → financièrement; [secure, viable, successful] → financièrement; [independent] → financièrementfinancial management ngestion f financièrefinancial plan nplan m de financementfinancial service modif [company, firm, industry] → de services financiers; [product] → financier/ièrefinancial services
nplservices mpl financiers
modif [company, firm, industry] → de services financiers; [product] → financier/ièrefinancial year n (British)exercice m budgétaire

financially

advfinanziell; (introducing sentence) → finanziell gesehen; the financially troubled companydie in finanzielle Schwierigkeiten geratene Firma; financially soundfinanziell solide; the company is financially sounddie Finanzlage der Firma ist gesund; financially viablerentabel; to be financially embarrassedin Geldverlegenheit sein; she’s been struggling financially for yearssie kommt seit Jahren finanziell kaum über die Runden; financially, things are a bit tight for me this monthdiesen Monat bin ich etwas knapp bei Kasse (inf)

financially

[faɪˈnænʃlɪ] advfinanziariamente

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.
References in classic literature ?
But about that time I noticed that the motive power had taken to standing on one leg, and I found that there was something the matter with the other one; so I stocked the business and unloaded, taking Sir Bors de Ganis into camp financially along with certain of his friends; for the works stopped within a year, and the good saint got him to his rest.
Meanwhile, financially, things were going better than ever.
Men of substance, financially as well as physically, they had combined their superfluous cash and with it purchased a strip of land close to the sea.
In the days which were darkest financially for the school, Mr.
I tax no man's motives: let them lie between himself and a higher Power; but I do say, that there are influences at work here which are incompatible with genuine independence, and that a crawling servility is usually dictated by circumstances which gentlemen so conducting themselves could not afford either morally or financially to avow.
Financially, too, my influence as well as my resources have been of vast assistance to this country.
As Sheldon rode about the plantation, acknowledging to himself the comfort and convenience of a horse and wondering why he had not thought of getting one himself, he pondered the various improvements for which Joan was responsible--the splendid Poonga-Poonga recruits; the fruits and vegetables; the Martha herself, snatched from the sea for a song and earning money hand over fist despite old Kinross's slow and safe method of running her; and Berande, once more financially secure, approaching each day nearer the dividend-paying time, and growing each day as the black toilers cleared the bush, cut the cane-grass, and planted more cocoanut palms.
Martin talked with the superintendent of the Asa agencies, and after dinner he drew him aside with Hermann, whom he backed financially for the best bicycle store with fittings in Oakland.
Later, after my first voyage out of Boston I was financially able to buy a nugget.
Like many others financially embarrassed, we had to disappear for a time from the gay whirl--at least until Saturday night pay-day.
That is, the capitalists had striven to placate the workers by interesting them financially in their work.
We shall be pinched at first, of course, because, as I once told you, I am in a bit of a hole financially myself.