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Definición de “bankrupt” en inglés

bankrupt

adjective uk   /ˈbæŋ.krʌpt/ us  
C1 unable to pay what you owe, and having had control of your financial matters given, by a law court, to a person who sells your property to pay your debts: He went bankrupt after only a year in business. The recession has led to many small businesses going bankrupt. informal having no money: I shall go bankrupt if you children keep on asking for more pocket money! disapproving not having any good qualities: He believes that modern society is morally bankrupt.

bankrupt

noun [C] uk   /ˈbæŋ.krʌpt/ specialized us  
a person who is officially bankrupt: He was declared a bankrupt in 2011.

bankrupt

verb [T] uk   /ˈbæŋ.krʌpt/ us  
to cause someone to become bankrupt: They feared that the loss would bankrupt them.
(Definition of bankrupt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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