Definition of financially in English:

financially

Pronunciation /fɪˈnanʃ(ə)li//fʌɪˈnanʃ(ə)li/

adverb

  • In a way that relates to finance.

    ‘he does not benefit financially from sales of the book’
    as submodifier ‘the company is now financially stable’
    • ‘Manufacturing lighting fixtures for public buildings saw the company through financially lean years, especially those during the Great Depression.’
    • ‘Once he became financially secure, he and his family traveled extensively in Britain, the Continent, and the United States.’
    • ‘The success of an event is not measured only financially, but also by its ability to garner moral and physical support.’
    • ‘Many of them are financially independent singles who are postponing marriage and focusing on health issues earlier.’
    • ‘The emphasis will be on how saving energy and protecting the environment can also be financially beneficial.’
    • ‘Growing coffee organically, however, can be financially viable thanks to substantially higher prices enjoyed during 2003.’
    • ‘Often they're instinctively distrustful and expect to be taken advantage of financially.’
    • ‘Even as recently as ten years ago, a film with this much scope and imagination would have been financially and technically unfeasible.’
    • ‘Growing numbers of potential customers are willing to financially reward this management model, which prevents environmental problems.’
    • ‘The older generation having more at stake financially makes this a logical arrangement.’

Pronunciation

financially

/fɪˈnanʃ(ə)li//fʌɪˈnanʃ(ə)li/