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wall

noun [C]
 
 
/wɔːl/
go to the wall UK informal if a business goes to the wall, it goes bankrupt: After twelve months of big losses, the company went to the wall. →  See also Chinese wall , hit the wall , party wall
Translations of “wall”
in Korean 벽, 담…
in Arabic حائط, سور…
in French mur(aille), mur…
in Turkish duvar…
in Italian muro, parete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 牆,牆壁,圍牆, (身體中中空結構的)壁, 人牆…
in Russian стена, ограда…
in Polish ściana, mur…
in Spanish muro, tapia, muralla…
in Portuguese muro, parede…
in German die Mauer, die Wand…
in Catalan paret, mur…
in Japanese 壁, 塀…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墙,墙壁,围墙, (身体中中空结构的)壁, 人墙…
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