♦ monetary

♦ monetary
♦ monetary /ˈmʌnɪtrɪ/
a.
(econ., fin.) monetario; valutario: monetary aggregates, aggregati monetari; monetary agreement, accordo monetario; monetary base, base monetaria; monetary deflation, deflazione monetaria; monetary policy, politica monetaria; monetary reserves, riserve valutarie; (stor.) monetary snake, serpente monetario; monetary unit, unità monetaria (di un paese)
● (leg.) monetary consideration, corrispettivo in denaro □ (fin.) monetary liquidity, liquidità finanziaria □ (leg.) monetary penalty, pena pecuniaria □ (econ.) monetary squeeze, stretta creditizia.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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