Variant of fiscal
- having to do with the public treasury or revenues
- designating or of government policies of spending and taxation designed to maintain economic stability, promote full employment, etc.
Origin: French ; from Late Latin fiscalis ; from Classical Latin fiscus, basket of rushes, public chest ; from Indo-European an unverified form bhidh-, pot (from source Old Norse bitha, milk jug) ; from base an unverified form bheidh-, to weave, tie
- fiscally adverb
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