Financial Bar

Financial Bar,

What is The Meaning of Financial Bar?

  • A tool in the Student Accounts Receivable (SAR) system that prevents overdraft related accounts and prevents the recovery of educational services, including enrollment in courses, obtaining loans from new institutions, and obtaining government degrees.

Literal Meanings of Financial Bar


Meanings of Financial:
  1. From a financial point of view.

  2. The financial or financial situation of an organization or individual.

Sentences of Financial
  1. Independent financial advisor

  2. You need to take care of your finances, especially your cash flow

Synonyms of Financial

monetary, money, economic, pecuniary, banking, commercial, business, investment, accounting, fiscal, budgetary


Meanings of Bar:
  1. A long stick or hard wood, metal or similar material commonly used as a barrier, tool or weapon.

  2. Counter serving alcohol or soft drinks.

  3. Obstacles or limitations to an action or progress.

  4. The scale of music or the rhythm of a musical piece.

  5. The score in court or legislature, which is now controversial, is that most people cannot be defeated and the accused appear in court.

  6. legal profession.

  7. Protect with bars or railings (especially a door or window)

  8. Prevent or forbid (anyone) from doing anything or going anywhere.

  9. Mark (something) with a bar or line.

  10. Except outside.

  11. The unit of pressure is equal to 100,000 newtons per square meter or about one atmosphere.

Sentences of Bar
  1. An iron rod

  2. Standing at the bar

  3. Political differences do not necessarily prevent good relations.

  4. The first scale of the first rosary

  5. Defendant

  6. His release from the Singapore Bar Association

  7. He slammed the door shut

Synonyms of Bar

rod, pole, stake, stick, batten, shaft, shank, rail, pale, paling, spar, strut, support, prop, spoke, crosspiece, girder, beam, boom, counter, table, buffet, stand, obstacle, impediment, hindrance, obstruction, check, stop

Financial Bar,

What is Financial Bar?

  • A Student Accounts Receivable (SAR) tool that keeps LDs on past accounts and prevents them from accessing educational services, including KL enrollment, receiving new institutional loans, and keeping official records.

Literal Meanings of Financial Bar


Meanings of Financial:
  1. With regard to financial matters

  2. Financial status or financial status of an organization or person.

Sentences of Financial
  1. You need to be careful about your finances, especially your cash flow.


Meanings of Bar:
  1. A long, stiff piece of wood, metal, or similar material commonly used as a barrier, tool, or weapon.

  2. A counter in a pub, restaurant or cafe that serves drinks or beverages.

  3. Obstacles or limitations in an action or advance.

  4. One of the short sections or bars, usually of equal tempo value, in which a piece of music is distributed, indicated by a vertical line across the stick in the score.

  5. The court wall, which is now largely unrealistic, beyond the reach of most people and in front of which the defendant stands.

  6. Secure an object (especially a door or window) with one or more bars.

  7. Prevent or forbid (someone) from doing or going anywhere.

  8. Mark (something) with slash or line.

  9. The unit of pressure is one million Newtons per square meter, or about one equivalent of one atmosphere.

  10. (In biblical references) barch (in apocrypha).

Sentences of Bar
  1. Standing in the bar

  2. Political differences are not necessarily an obstacle to good relations.

  3. The first time of the first rosary

  4. His resignation from the Singapore Bar Association

  5. He closed the door

  6. You are not allowed to leave the country.

  7. His face is full of light.

  8. All your children except one.

Synonyms of Bar

barrier, exclude, omitting, other than, limitation, block, saving, barring, prohibit, enjoin, restriction, outside of, lock, except (for), apart from, impede, but (for), padlock, secure, inhibit, excluding, with the exception of, leaving out, interdict, barricade, sneck, short of, restrain