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Translation of "liquidate" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

liquidate

verb [I or T] (CLOSE) 關閉     /ˈlɪk.wɪ.deɪt/
to cause a business to close, so that its assets can be sold to pay its debts 清算,清盤 Starting, succeeding and failing in businessBorrowing, lending and debt liquidation     /ˌlɪk.wɪˈdeɪ.ʃən/ noun [C or U] After three years of heavy losses the company went into liquidation with debts totalling £100 million. 在遭受三年嚴重虧損之後,該公司最終只得清盤,其負債累計達一億英鎊。 Starting, succeeding and failing in businessBorrowing, lending and debt
Translations of “liquidate”
in Russian ликвидировать (предприятие)…
in Turkish (iş) tasfiye etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 关闭, 清算,清盘…
in Polish likwidować…
(Definition of liquidate verb (CLOSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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