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dumpingnoun [U]

uk   /ˈdʌmpɪŋ/ us  
ECONOMICS the practice of selling goods in another country so cheaply that companies in that country cannot compete fairly: They were charged with selling lumber on the U.S. market below the cost of production, a practice known as dumping.
FINANCE the act of selling large amounts of something that you do not want to keep: If someone were to initiate the large-scale dumping of dollars, an avalanche-style collapse could begin.
ENVIRONMENT the act of throwing something away in a place that is not suitable or allowed by law: waste/radioactive/chemical dumping
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(Definition of dumping from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dumping”
in Chinese (Simplified) 倾倒, 丢弃, 抛弃…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傾倒, 丟棄, 拋棄…
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