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the FT

noun uk   /ˌefˈti/ trademark us  
abbreviation for the Financial Times: a British newspaper for people who are interested in financial, business, and economic matters
Translations of “the FT”
in Korean 절도…
in Arabic سَرِقة…
in French vol…
in Turkish hırsızlık…
in Italian furto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 倫敦《金融時報》…
in Russian кража…
in Polish kradzież…
in Spanish robo, hurto…
in Portuguese furto…
in German der Diebstahl…
in Catalan robatori…
in Japanese 盗み, 窃盗…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伦敦《金融时报》…
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