Financial vs Conservancy - What's the difference?

financial | conservancy |


As an adjective financial

is related to finances.

As a noun conservancy is

the conservation of a resource.

financial

English

Adjective

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  • Related to finances.
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  • Having dues and fees paid up to date for a club or society.
  • Usage notes

    Not to be confused with (fiscal), which means more narrowly “pertaining to a treasury, particularly to government spending and revenue”, rather than to money generally.

    Derived terms

    * financial market * financial year * financial regulation

    See also

    * fiscal

    conservancy

    English

    Noun

    (conservancies)
  • The conservation of a resource
  • An organization dedicated to the conservation of natural resources
  • (label) A commission that deals with fishery and navigation
  • A state in which a company is allowed to continue trading without incurring any new financial liabilities or disposing of any assets
  • * 1986' April 16, "Midland Insurance was placed in '''conservancy .",  [http://articles.latimes.com/1986-04-16/business/fi-268_1_midland-insurance]
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