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American English: /ˈfaɪnæns/
, /fəˈnæns/
British English: /ˈfʌɪnans/
, /fʌɪˈnans/
, /fɪˈnans/

Translation of finance in Spanish:


  • 1.1 uncountable (banking, business) the world of high finance
    el mundo de las altas finanzas
    also: finances plural
    recursos (masculine plural) financieros
    situación (feminine) financiera or económica
    my finances won't run to a trip to Egypt
    el estado de mis finanzas no me da para ir a Egipto
    1.3 uncountable (funding)
    (before noun) (department)
    de financiación
    Finance Bill (Politics)
    proyecto (masculine) de ley presupuestaria
    Example sentences
    • The finance department has also been developed to meet the needs of the bigger merged company.
    • For a book about money, finance and the stock market, those sorts of numbers were previously unheard of.
    • The last few decades have witnessed many innovations in the consumer finance industry.
    Example sentences
    • Most of the book makes sense for any old economy business seeking finance from external sources, too.
    • It is easy to find private sector finance for an enterprise that guarantees profits for 25 years.
    • Quite unlike several other areas, finance for housing is said to have a tremendous future.

transitive verb

  • (project/industry/expansion)
    how are you going to finance the trip?
    ¿cómo vas a financiar or a costearte el viaje?
    I'm not going to finance your drinking!
    ¡no pienso costearte el vicio!
    Example sentences
    • It will be financing such customers either directly or through its franchisee set up.
    • One is that the money must go to projects not normally financed by the British taxpayer.
    • The proposed tax cuts, to be financed by the current budget surplus, might help.

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