bankrupt adjective Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “bankrupt” - Learner’s Dictionary

bankrupt

adjective
 
 
/ˈbæŋkrʌpt/
unable to continue in business because you cannot pay your debts: He went bankrupt after only a year in business.Starting, succeeding and failing in business
Translations of “bankrupt”
in Arabic مُفْلِس…
in Korean 파산한…
in Malaysian muflis…
in French en faillite…
in Turkish müflis, batkın, iflas etmiş…
in Italian fallito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破產的,資不抵債的, 無錢的, 缺乏…的…
in Russian обанкротившийся…
in Polish niewypłacalny…
in Vietnamese phá sản…
in Spanish quebrado, insolvente…
in Portuguese falido, quebrado…
in Thai ล้มละลาย…
in German bankrott…
in Catalan insolvent, fallit…
in Japanese 破産した…
in Indonesian pailit, bangkrut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破产的,资不抵债的, 无钱的, 缺乏…的…
(Definition of bankrupt adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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