monetary

[mon-i-ter-ee, muhn-]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to the coinage or currency of a country.
2.
of or pertaining to money; pecuniary: The necklace has sentimental as opposed to monetary value.

Origin:
1795–1805; < Late Latin monētārius. See money, -ary

monetarily [mon-i-tair-uh-lee, muhn-, mon-i-ter-uh-lee, muhn-] , adverb
nonmonetary, adjective
premonetary, adjective
unmonetary, adjective


1. See financial.
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monetary (ˈmʌnɪtərɪ, -trɪ)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to money or currency
2.  of or relating to monetarism: a monetary policy
 
[C19: from Late Latin monētārius, from Latin monētamoney]
 
'monetarily
 
adv

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monetary
"pertaining to money," 1802, from L.L. monetarius "pertaining to money," originally "of a mint," from L. moneta "mint, coinage" (see money). Related: Monetarily.
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Example sentences
Monetarily, it's hardly worth keeping, except as a historic collector's item
  worth thousands of dollars.
They are making the biggest sacrifices of anyone, both monetarily and
  playing-style wise.
If they get in trouble monetarily there are laws that have been set forth for
  years to handle those situations.
Uncertainty cannot be ameliorated by stimulus, either monetarily or through
  direct government spending.
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