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fully subscribed

adjective ( also fully-subscribed)
 
 
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET if shares, bonds, etc. are fully subscribed, all of them are sold and the company that is selling them is not left with any risk or loss: The offer closes on 8 March, or earlier if the bond is fully subscribed. A fully-subscribed new share issue raised £3.25 million.
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