Definition of monetary in English:

monetary

Syllabification: mon·e·tar·y
Pronunciation: /ˈmänəˌterē, ˈmən-
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

monetarily

Pronunciation: /-ˌte(ə)rəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • International Unions have monetarily supported political candidates that have openly supported free trade agreements that have cost thousands if not millions of good jobs.
  • As many barn owners would tell you, the cost of maintaining historic structures is high, not only monetarily but also as an investment of time and hard work.
  • Indeed, according to the Talmud, if you embarrass someone you have an obligation to compensate him monetarily, just the same as if you injured that person or damaged his property.

Origin

early 19th century: from French monétaire or late Latin monetarius, from Latin moneta 'money'.

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