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red

noun
 
 
/red/
in the red FINANCE a company or organization that is in the red has lost money in a particular period: Currently the group is in the red by $1.7 million. STOCK MARKET shares that are in the red have fallen in value: Almost all stocks on the FTSE 250 were in the red and the index finished 426.8 points lower. BANKING a bank account that is in the red has an amount that is less than zero: Increasing numbers of people are finding their bank balances in the red once they've paid their monthly bills.
into the red FINANCE, BANKING into a situation where you are losing money after making a profit: go/fall/slide into the red Many technology firms have fallen deep into the red after a collapse in revenues from the telecoms industry. STOCK MARKET if a stock market goes into the red, it falls to a value that is below the one at which it started: go/fall/slide into the red Stock markets slid into the red by late morning.
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Traducciones de “red”
en coreano 핏빛, 빨강…
en árabe الَّلون الأحْمَر…
en francés rouge, roux, communiste…
en turco al, kan kırmızısı, al renk…
en italiano rosso…
en chino (tradicionál) 紅,紅色…
en ruso красный цвет…
en polaco czerwień…
en español rojo, pelirrojo, comunista…
en portugués vermelho…
en alemán rot…
en catalán vermell…
en japonés 赤, 赤色…
en chino (simplificado) 红,红色…
(Definition of red from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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