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bad investmentnoun [C or U]

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FINANCE an ​investment in which you do not make a ​profit, or make less ​profit than you hoped: Property has proved to be a ​badinvestment over the last few ​years. Bad ​investment over a ​number of ​years has ​led to this ​situation.
(Definition of bad investment from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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