Noun(1) someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts
Verb(1) reduce to bankruptcy
Adjective(1) financially ruined
(1) He made his initial fortune in the 1990s by taking over and reselling bankrupt companies.(2) There's virtue to such curiosity and research, but it could also leave an exhausted writer holding an emotionally bankrupt manuscript in calloused hands.(3) The bankrupt corporations and banks will be wiped out and their debts repaid by taxpayers.(4) Mr Croxford accepts that it is too late to release funds from the freezing orders for the purposes of representation of Mr Moussavi because he is now bankrupt .(5) With the latest round of bankrupt airlines, the agency may not be so lucky.(6) Within ten years, all the defendants were going bankrupt , and it seemed that many sick workers would therefore get nothing or close to nothing.(7) When you make up an entirely specious religion in a juvenile attempt to shelter your fashion choices behind the first amendment, what sort of morally bankrupt person are you?(8) He is an officer and director of the bankrupt company which is noted as plaintiff in this action.(9) Britain, bankrupt and exhausted by the war, lost the will to hold what it had.(10) The first provision would permit the trusts created by the bankrupt companies to accrue interest free of tax.(11) The judge held that certainly by the end of 1992, when applicants knew that their son was bankrupt , that their position was not protected and that the promissory note was worthless.(12) A nation that harasses, arrests and shoots emergency service workers is morally bankrupt and has no intention of pursuing a peaceful settlement.(13) Because when we're emotionally bankrupt by virtue of having burned ourselves out, then we have nothing to give.(14) In truth, he was politically bankrupt after 2000, and he is not all that much stronger today.(15) Some big companies have started acting like vultures by bidding for bankrupt rivals at auction, accelerating consolidation.(16) In that case a chattel mortgage was given to the bank by two principals of the bankrupt corporation.
(1) go bankrupt :: рафта, муфлис
1. insolvent ::
ба адои пул нощобил
4. in debt ::
5. owing money ::
6. in the red ::
7. in arrears ::
9. in receivership ::
10. bust ::
11. belly up ::
12. broke ::
13. cash-strapped ::
пули нақд-бар миёнаш
14. flat broke ::
15. insolvent ::
ба адои пул нощобил
16. ruin ::
17. impoverish ::
19. bring to ruin ::
21. wipe out ::
22. break ::
23. beggar ::
24. pauperize ::
Different Formsbankrupt, bankruptcies, bankruptcy, bankrupted, bankrupting, bankrupts
Word Example from TV Shows
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that was poised
to BANKRUPT my family.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 11
I will not believe Jon Arryn
allowed Robert to BANKRUPT the realm.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
I've seen patients and their families
go BANKRUPT waiting to be reimbursed.
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
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