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financially

adverb
 
 
/faɪˈnænʃəli/
in a way that is related to money or making money: Several local businesses are supporting the project financially. a job that is financially rewardingfinancially secure/sound/stable, etc. This is a financially sound and profitable enterprise.financially stretched/troubled, etc. A wealthy millionaire has extended an offer to the university that could help save the financially troubled school.financially dependent/independent Sound financial planning ensured she will be financially independent.financially unsustainable/viable They suggested that the use of eco-friendly cleaning materials was not financially viable.
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