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liquiditynoun [U]

uk   us   /lɪˈkwɪdɪti/
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE the fact of being able to be ​changed into ​cash easily: the liquidity of ​assets/​investments
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE the ​state of having enough ​money or ​assets to ​pay any ​money that is ​owed: The ​business no ​longer has sufficient liquidity to ​meet its ​operationalneeds.
(also market liquidity) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the ​ability to ​buy or ​sell easily on a ​market, for ​example a ​market in ​shares or ​bonds: They were ​forced to ​intervene, in ​order to ​maintain the liquidity of the ​market.
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