rigorously binding or exacting; strict; severe:
stringent laws.
compelling, constraining, or urgent:
stringent necessity.
convincing or forcible:
stringent arguments.
(of the money market) characterized by a shortage in money for loan or investment purposes; tight.
requiring strict attention to rules, procedure, detail, etc
(finance) characterized by or causing a shortage of credit, loan capital, etc


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