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bullishadjective

 us   /ˈbʊl·ɪʃ/
(of ​markets and investments) with ​pricesrising, or (of ​people) ​expecting good things, esp. of ​business: She’s bullish on ​high-techcompanies.
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bullishadjective

uk   us   /ˈbʊl.iʃ/

bullish adjective (ATTITUDE)

giving ​youropinions in a ​powerful and ​confident way: She's being very bullish about the firm's ​future.

bullish adjective (FINANCIAL MARKET)

A bullish ​financialmarket is one in which shareprices are ​rising.
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bullishadjective

uk   us   /ˈbʊliʃ/ FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
if a ​market is bullish, a lot of ​people are ​buyingshares, ​bonds, ​currency, etc. because they expect the ​price of them to ​increase: There is a bullish mood on Wall Street.bullish on sth With ​growingdemand for telecommunication ​equipment, the ​market is very bullish on these ​types of ​stocks.
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(Definition of bullish from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bullish”
in Chinese (Simplified) 态度, 乐观的, 充满信心的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 態度, 樂觀的, 充滿信心的…
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