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Translation of "finance" - English-Spanish dictionary

finance

noun /faiˈnӕns/
(the study or management of) money affairs finanzas He is an expert in finance. (often in plural) the money one has to spend fondos, finanzas The government is worried about the state of the country’s finances. financial /-ʃəl/ adjective concerning money financiero financial affairs. financially adverb económicamente It will be a few more years before we feel more secure financially. financier /-siə, (American) fainanˈsiər/ noun a person who manages large sums of money. financiero
(Definition of finance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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