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bankrupt

US [ˈbæŋkˌrʌpt]
UK [ˈbæŋkrʌpt]
  • adj.破产;倒闭;完全缺乏(有价值的东西)
  • n.(经法院判决的)破产者
  • v.使破产
  • Web破产的;破产人;破产了的
Plural Form:bankrupts  Present Participle:bankrupting  Past Tense:bankrupted  
bankrupt
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adj.
1.
破产;倒闭without enough money to pay what you owe
They went bankrupt in 2009.
他们于 2009 年破产。
The company was declared bankrupt in the High Court.
那家公司经高等法院宣告破产了。
2.
~ (of sth)
完全缺乏(有价值的东西)completely lacking in anything that has value
a government bankrupt of new ideas
完全缺乏新观念的政府
a society that is morally bankrupt
道德沦丧的社会
n.
1.
(经法院判决的)破产者a person who has been judged by a court to be unable to pay his or her debts
v.
1.
~ sb
使破产to make sb bankrupt
The company was almost bankrupted by legal costs.
这家公司为律师费用所累几乎破产。

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