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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “bad debt”

bad debt

noun [C]
 
 
a debt that is not likely to be paid
坏账,呆账
The bank expects to lose £703 million of last year's profits as a result of bad debts.
由于呆账无法收回,该银行预计去年的收益将损失7.03亿英镑。
AccountingBorrowing, lending and debt
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