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monetary

adjective
 
 
/ˈmʌnɪtəri/ US   /ˈmɑnɪteri/
MONEY relating to or consisting of money: The monetary unit of the UK is the pound.monetary damages/fine/compensation The lawsuit seeks monetary damages for alleged negligence. This was not done purely for monetary gain.
ECONOMICS relating to a country's control of the money supply: monetary easing/expansion More monetary easing to lower interest rates may be necessary.monetary discipline/tightening/control The world economy is facing another six months of monetary tightening. The survey was conducted by central banks and monetary authorities in 26 countries.
Translations of “monetary”
in Vietnamese thuộc tiền tệ…
in Spanish monetario…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับเงินตรา…
in Malaysian kewangan…
in French monétaire…
in German Geld-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 貨幣的,金融的…
in Indonesian moneter…
in Russian денежный, валютный…
in Turkish parasal, malî, paraya ait…
in Chinese (Simplified) 货币的,金融的…
in Polish monetarny, pieniężny…
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