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financingnoun [U]

us   /fəˈnæn·sɪŋ, ˈfɑɪ·næn-/
the money needed to do a particular thing, or the way of getting the money: BP will provide 65 percent of the financing for the project.
(Definition of financing from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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financingnoun [U or C]

uk   /ˈfaɪnænsɪŋ/ us  
FINANCE money that a person or company borrows for a particular purpose, or the process of getting this money or arranging for it to be paid: apply for/arrange/get financing (for sth) When you've found the land you want to buy, you'll need to apply for financing.offer/provide financing (for sth) The bank agreed to provide financing for a new warehouse. a financing arrangement/deal/plan short-term financing
(Definition of financing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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