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finance

noun
 
 
/ˈfaɪ.nænts/
[U] (the management of) a supply of money
資金;財務管理;財政;金融
corporate/personal/public finance
企業財務/個人理財/公共財政
the minister of finance/the finance minister
財政部長
You need to speak to someone in the finance department.
你需要和財務部的人談一談。
The finance committee controls the school's budget.
財務委員會掌管著學校的預算。
Savings, interest and capital
finances [plural] the money which a person or company has
(個人或公司的)財源,財力
We keep a tight control on the organization's finances.
我們嚴格控制該組織的資金。
UK informal My finances won't run to (= I do not have enough money to buy) a new car this year.
今年我要買一輛新車錢還不夠。
General words for amounts of moneyLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
(Definition of finance noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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