finance


finance
01. The Minister of [Finance] has just announced a reduction in personal income taxes for lower income families.
02. We hired a [financial] advisor to help us organize our company a bit better.
03. She enjoys her job, but [financially] it's not the greatest.
04. The resignation of the senior administrator is seen as an acknowledgement that the company is in serious [financial] difficulty.
05. We need to be a bit more careful with our household [finances] because our bank balance is getting pretty low.
06. The government has announced a special program to help [finance] new small businesses.
07. Children in this country are often [financially] independent from their parents by the age of 19 or 20.
08. My father's company has been experiencing some [financial] difficulties, so they are going to have to lay off some staff.
09. Studies show that elderly people are more likely to give [financial] help to their children than they are to receive it.
10. A major obstacle to development of the poorer nations is the [financing] of the very expensive industrialization process.
11. Dick Cavett once remarked that as long as people will accept crap, it will be [financially] profitable to dispense it.
12. There is an African-American proverb which states that romance without [finance] don't stand a chance.
13. The original thirteen colonies of the United States were [financed] with the help of money raised by selling lottery tickets.
14. The work of the great composer Tchaikovsky was [financed] by a wealthy widow for thirteen years.
15. Before the civil war began in Lebanon in 1975, Beirut was considered by many to be the [financial] center of the Middle East.
16. Farming in Kuwait is practiced at great [financial] cost in order to reduce the country's dependence on imported food.
17. Household [finances] are generally handled by the women in Burmese society.
18. The tiny country of Brunei is very dependent on revenues from oil and natural gas to [finance] its development programmes.
19. In April of 1992, a bomb planted by the IRA exploded in London's [financial] district; three people were killed and 91 injured.
20. In 1931, German industrialists [financed] the 800,000 member Nazi party.
21. Men seem to value attractiveness in their mate, whereas women put more emphasis on [financial] prospects.
22. Mary Wollstonecraft once suggested that a woman's [financial] dependence on a man in marriage was 'legal prostitution.'
23. They have found some interested [financiers] who are willing to bankroll their new movie.
24. [Financing] a new business is a risky operation; you could lose a lot of money.
25. An anonymous [financier] has donated over one million dollars to help build a new cancer research facility at the university.

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  • finance — [ finɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1283 « paiement, rançon », puis « argent »; du v. finer « payer », altér. de finir « mener à fin, venir à bout » 1 ♦ Vx Ressources pécuniaires. ⇒ argent, ressource. Mod. Loc. MOYENNANT FINANCE : en échange d argent. Au plur.,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • finance — FINANCE. s. f. Argent comptant. En ce sens il n a guere d usage que dans le style familier & en plaisanterie. Il est un peu court de finance. il n a pas grande finance. Finance, La somme d argent qui se paye aux coffres du Roy, soit pour la levée …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • finance — fi·nance 1 n 1 pl: money or other liquid resources of a government, business, group, or individual 2: the system that includes the circulation of money, the granting of credit, the making of investments, and the provision of banking facilities 3 …   Law dictionary

  • Finance — Fi*nance , n. [F., fr. LL. financia payment of money, money, fr. finare to pay a fine or subsidy (cf. OF. finer to finish, pay), fr. L. finis end. See {Fine}, n., {Finish}.] 1. The income of a ruler or of a state; revenue; public money; sometimes …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Finance — Fi*nance , v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. {Financed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Financing}.] To conduct the finances of; to provide for, and manage, the capital for; to financier. Securing foreign capital to finance multitudinous undertakings. B. H. Chamberlain …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Finance — Nom porté dans les Vosges et le Haut Rhin. C est un toponyme qui désigne une limite de territoire. Un hameau de l Yonne s appelle la Finance (commune de Piffonds). M.T. Morlet signale un lieu dit à Escles (88) …   Noms de famille

  • finance — [n] economic affairs accounts, banking, business, commerce, economics, financial affairs, investment, money, money management; concepts 360,770 finance [v] offer loan money; set up in business back, bank, bankroll, capitalize, endow, float*, fund …   New thesaurus

  • finance — [fī′nans΄, fə nans′] n. [ME finaunce, a fine, forfeit < OFr finance, wealth, revenue < finer, to end, settle accounts, pay ransom < fin: see FINE2] 1. [pl.] the money resources, income, etc. of a nation, organization, or person 2. the… …   English World dictionary

  • financé — financé, ée (fi nan sé, sée) part. passé. Payé au roi pour l acquisition d une charge. Une somme financée …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • financé — Financé, [financ]ée. part …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • finance — ► NOUN 1) the management of large amounts of money, especially by governments or large companies. 2) monetary support for an enterprise. 3) (finances) monetary resources. ► VERB ▪ provide funding for. ORIGIN Old French, from finer settle a debt …   English terms dictionary