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fiancé (fee" ahn SAY, fee AHN say) (noun)
A man who is engaged to be married: The young lady said, "Let me introduce you to my fiancé."
fiancée (fee" ahn SAY, fee AHN say) (noun)
A woman who is engaged to be married: Bryan introduced his fiancée to his relatives.
finance (fuh NANS, FIGH nans") (noun)
The way in which money is used and handled: Chad will be taking a university course on personal finance so he can become a specialist in personal investments.
finance (fuh NANS, FIGH nans") (verb)
To buy something by borrowing funds that will be paid back over a period of time: Greta had to take on a loan so she could finance the purchase of a new car.

My fiancé, who works in the finance sector of the economy, introduced me to his family as his fiancée.

finance (s) (noun), finances (pl)
1. The business or art of managing the monetary resources of an organization, a country, or an individual person: The former economics professor was appointed as manager of finances for his university.
2. The money necessary to do something; especially, to fund a project: The sports organization applied to the bank for finances to buy new equipment.
3. That branch of economics that studies the management of money and other assets: Mr. Carry specialized in bank finances during his term as an auditor.
4. Etymology: "an end," from Middle French finance, "ending, settlement of a debt"; from Medieval Latin [700 to 1500] finis, "a payment in settlement, a fine or a tax", from Latin finis, "end". The notion is of "ending" (by satisfying) something that is due.
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