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bankruptcy

noun     /ˈbæŋ.krəpt.si/ legal
[C or U] a situation in which a business or a person becomes bankrupt 企业或个人破产(的状况) The company was forced into bankruptcy. 公司被迫宣布破产。 The toll of bankruptcies was rising daily. 倒闭的公司与日俱增。 Poverty and poorStarting, succeeding and failing in business
[U] when an important quality or influence is completely absent (某重要素质或影响)彻底消失 moral bankruptcy 道德沦丧 Lacking thingsScarce, inadequate and not enoughEssential or necessary
Translations of “bankruptcy”
in Korean 파산…
in Arabic إفلاس…
in Portuguese quebra, falência, bancarrota…
in Catalan fallida…
in Japanese 破産, 倒産…
in Italian fallimento, bancarotta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 企業或個人破產(的狀況), (某重要素質或影響)徹底消失…
in Russian банкротство…
in Turkish iflas…
in Polish bankructwo…
(Definition of bankruptcy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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