Monetary Terms

Monetary Terms,

Definition of Monetary Terms:

  • Meaning of Monetary Terms:

    No, it does not include the words of any insurance economist's dictionary, it means that something is measured or valued by what it is perceived to be.

Literal Meanings of Monetary Terms

Monetary:

Meanings of Monetary:
  1. In the case of money or currency.

Sentences of Monetary
  1. Documents of small or no financial value

Synonyms of Monetary

financial, budgetary, cash, capital, money, pecuniary, fiscal, economic

Terms:

Meanings of Terms:
  1. Give an explanatory name to be called for a certain period of time

  2. Words or phrases that are used to describe something or to express an idea, especially in a particular language or field of study.

  3. A fixed or limited period during which something, such as an offense, imprisonment or investment, continues or is intended to continue, or

  4. The year, school, college or university, when there is study or progress in a court, takes place at every time of the year, with holidays or vacations.

  5. Terms under which action may be taken or some agreement or consensus may be reached

  6. Any amount of ratio, series or mathematical expression.

  7. Another term for the term

Sentences of Terms
  1. Called the father of modern theology

  2. Musical term "litmotio"

  3. The president is elected for a four-year term

  4. Summer semester

  5. Your lawyer agreed to the terms

  6. A geometric series is defined as a continuous relationship between successive terms.

Synonyms of Terms

title, call, tag, proviso, stint, label, entitle, phrase, provision, designate, requisite, word, condition, dub, time, specification, prerequisite, locution, period of time, idiom, describe as