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pecuniary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpecuniarype‧cu‧ni‧a‧ry /pɪˈkjuːniəri $ -nieri/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 MONEYrelating to or consisting of moneyfinancial 🔊 He was trying to get a pecuniary advantage for himself.
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pecuniaryThe two charges of conspiracy and obtaining pecuniary advantage against Turpin had been dropped.The charge should be attempted theft or obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.It need not be a pecuniary advantage.This would involve interpreting loss in terms other than pecuniary, for example, in terms of loss of reputation or market standing.Crimes of pecuniary indecency have become standard corporate conduct.Blackburn J. has held that any pecuniary interest, however small, will be sufficient.pecuniary lossesThe plaintiffs' loss of business was pecuniary or economic damage.Along with the carrot of pecuniary reward must go the stick of personal economic disaster.pecuniary advantageBy that misrepresentation the accused obtained both property and a pecuniary advantage.It need not be a pecuniary advantage.The two charges of conspiracy and obtaining pecuniary advantage against Turpin had been dropped.The accused was charged with obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.The charge should be attempted theft or obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.
From Longman Business Dictionarypecuniarype‧cu‧ni‧a‧ry /pɪˈkjuːniəri-nieri/ adjectiveLAW connected with or consisting of moneyHe did not cause the company to suffer any pecuniary loss.
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