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
Not so much in response, but for disparate reasons, the nation's fiscal and
  monetary arsenal was pretty much deployed.
The issue has less to do with school and franchise tradition than with the
  value of perpetuating an image for monetary gain.
The practical impact of tighter monetary policy is higher unemployment.
It was as if everyone in that class was coming to writing from more of a
  therapeutic and monetary angle.
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