financial Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “financial” in the English Dictionary

"financial" in British English

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uk   us   /faɪˈnæn.ʃəl/ /fɪ-/
B1 relating to ​money or how ​money is ​managed: financial difficulties/​success financial ​affairs
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adverb uk   us   /-i/
B2 The ​project is not financially viable (= will not ​produce enough ​money). He's still financially dependent on (= ​regularlyreceivesmoney to ​live from) his ​parents.
(Definition of financial from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"financial" in Business English

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financialadjective [usually before noun]

uk   us   /faɪˈnænʃəl/
relating to ​money or the way ​money is ​managed: financial stability/security/strength Independent ​agenciesperformrigorousanalysis in ​order to ​assign financial ​strengthratings to America's ​leadingcorporations. financial advisor/planner/analyst She is a ​licensed financial ​ statements/accounts/report A ​certified financial ​statement from an ​auditor must be ​filed with the ​ problems/issues/difficulties Unable to overcome their financial difficulties, the ​companydeclaredbankruptcy last ​year.
with the ​purpose or ​aim of making a ​profit, rather than for any other reason: a financial buyer/investor This ​division, the most ​profitable in the ​group, is likely to ​appeal to a financial ​buyer. Some of these ​companies have a financial ​interest in the ​pendinglegislation. Our ​interest in the ​company is financial rather than ​strategic.
(Definition of financial from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “financial”
in Arabic مالي…
in Korean 금융의…
in Portuguese financeiro…
in Catalan financer, econòmic…
in Japanese 財政の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 财务的, 财政的, 金融的…
in Turkish mali, parasal…
in Russian финансовый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 財務的, 財政的, 金融的…
in Italian finanziario…
in Polish finansowy…
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