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Translation of "bankrupt" - English-Spanish dictionary

bankrupt

adjective   /ˈbæŋk·rʌpt/
not having enough money to pay what you owe to others en bancarrota He went bankrupt after only a year in business.
verb   /ˈbæŋk·rʌpt/
to make someone bankrupt llevar a la bancarrota
(Definition of bankrupt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bankrupt

adjective /ˈbӕŋkrapt/
(business) unable to pay one’s debts quebrado, insolvente He has been declared bankrupt.
bankruptcy noun
quiebra, insolvencia The recession has led to several bankruptcies among contractors.
(Definition of bankrupt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bankrupt”
in Korean 파산한…
in Arabic مُفْلِس…
in Malaysian muflis…
in French en faillite…
in Russian обанкротившийся…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破產的,資不抵債的, 無錢的, 缺乏…的…
in Italian fallito…
in Turkish müflis, batkın, iflas etmiş…
in Polish niewypłacalny…
in Vietnamese phá sản…
in Portuguese falido, quebrado…
in Thai ล้มละลาย…
in German bankrott…
in Catalan insolvent, fallit…
in Japanese 破産した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破产的,资不抵债的, 无钱的, 缺乏…的…
in Indonesian pailit, bangkrut…
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