financial

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adjective fi·nan·cial \fə-ˈnan(t)-shəl, fī-\

Definition of financial

  1. :  relating to finance or financiers <financial aid> <the financial district>

financially

play \-ˈnan(t)-sh(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of financial in a sentence

  1. The company is headed for financial disaster.

  2. a family struggling with financial problems

  3. I would like some financial advice before I buy this house.

1769

First Known Use of financial

1769



FINANCIAL Defined for English Language Learners

financial

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adjective fi·nan·cial \fə-ˈnan(t)-shəl, fī-\

Definition of financial for English Language Learners

  • : relating to money


FINANCIAL Defined for Kids

financial

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adjective fi·nan·cial \fə-ˈnan-shəl, fī-\

Definition of financial for Students

  1. :  having to do with money or finance <a financial expert> <financial aid>

financially

adverb <financially successful>

Law Dictionary

financial

adjective fi·nan·cial

Legal Definition of financial

  1. :  relating to finance or financiers

financially

adverb


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