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Translation of "collapse" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

collapse

verb [I] (FAIL) 失敗     /kəˈlæps/
(of people and business) to suddenly be unable to continue or work correctly (人或企業)崩潰,垮掉,失敗 Lots of people lost their jobs when the property market collapsed. 房地產市場崩潰後,許多人丟了工作。 Talks between management and unions have collapsed. 勞資談判徹底破裂。 Share prices collapsed (= became lower suddenly) after news of poor trading. 貿易不景氣的消息傳出後股價暴跌。 Failing and doing badlyStarting, succeeding and failing in business
(Definition of collapse verb (FAIL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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