liquidate

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To settle a debt by paying the outstanding amount
To do away with
To convert assets into cash
to kill someone
To settle the affairs of a company, by using its assets to pay its debts
to deliver the amount or value of
{v} to adjust, settle, ascertain, reduce to a certain standard
Selling property to secure cash
To determine by agreement or by litigation the precise amount of (indebtedness); or, where there is an indebtedness to more than one person, to determine the precise amount of (each indebtedness); to make the amount of (an indebtedness) clear and certain
1 to dissolve a business 2 to retire debts
{f} pay off a debt; determine and discharge the financial obligations of a business in preparation for closure; be liquidated; convert into cash; convert to a liquid; destroy; kill; put an end to
To liquidate a company is to close it down and sell all its assets, usually because it is in debt. A unanimous vote was taken to liquidate the company. + liquidation liquidations liq·ui·da·tion The company went into liquidation The number of company liquidations rose 11 per cent
-To convert an asset to cash
Converting assets into cash
To sell (or purchase) futures contracts of the same delivery month purchased (or sold)during an earlier transaction or make (or take) delivery of the cash commodity represented by the futures market
to convert assets into cash or settle a debt
to sell an investment or to convert an investment into cash
get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
eliminate by paying off (debts)
To make liquid
The conversion of property or other assets into money
In an extended sense: To ascertain the amount, or the several amounts, of , and apply assets toward the discharge of (an indebtedness)
If a company liquidates its assets, its property such as buildings or machinery is sold in order to get money. The company closed down operations and began liquidating its assets in January
to sell personal assets in order to pay creditors
To discharge; to pay off, as an indebtedness
convert into cash; "I had to liquidate my holdings to pay off my ex-husband"
Sell the assets of a business
To make clear and intelligible
Disposal of property or settlement of debts
settle the affairs of by determining the debts and applying the assets to pay them off; "liquidate a company"
If someone in a position of power liquidates people who are causing problems, they get rid of them, usually by killing them. They have not hesitated in the past to liquidate their rivals. = eliminate
Sell or convert to cash
To sell (or purchase) futures contracts of the same delivery month purchased (or sold) during an earlier transaction or make (or take) delivery of the cash commodity represented by the futures contract
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Selling (or purchasing) futures contracts of the same delivery month purchased (or sold) during an earlier transaction or making (or taking) delivery of the cash commodity represented by the futures contract See Offset
settle the affairs of by determining the debts and applying the assets to pay them off; "liquidate a company" convert into cash; "I had to liquidate my holdings to pay off my ex-husband" eliminate by paying off (debts)
liquidate assets
convert assets into cash, sell off assets for their cash value
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Simple past tense and past participle of liquidate
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The process of converting into cash (or into an asset with high liquidity)
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{n} an adjustment, reduction to a known rule
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past of liquidate
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A debt that is for a known number of dollars is liquidated An unliquidated debt is one where the debtor has liability, but the exact monetary measure of that liability is unknown Tort claims are usually unliquidated until a trial fixes the amount of the liability of the tort feasor
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Set; ascertained; made certain by operation of law
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{s} bankrupt; closed (of a business); paid off; converted into cash; destroyed; changed into a liquid
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An amount is said to be liquidated if it is a certain or ascertainable amount of money •Businesses
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third-person singular of liquidate
liquidating
present participle of liquidate
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The closing out of a long position The term is sometimes used to denote closing out a short position, but this is more often referred to as covering See Cover
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Any transaction that offsets or closes out a long or short futures position
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Sale of the assets of a business to pay off debts
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When a firm's business is terminated, assets are sold, proceeds pay creditors and any leftovers are distributed to shareholders Any transaction that offsets or closes out a Long or short position Related: buy in, evening up, offsetliquidity
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Liquidation has two meanings in finance The first is converting securities into cash The second is the sale of the assets of a company to one or more acquirers in order to pay off debts In the event that a corporation is liquidated, the claims of secured and unsecured creditors and owners of bonds and preferred stock take precedence over the claims of those who own common stock (See Acquisition, Common Stock and Preferred Stock)
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The sale of the assets of a portfolio company to one or more acquirors when venture capital investors receive some of the proceeds of the sale
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the act of exterminating
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The process of converting property and securities into cash When a company is dissolved or closed down, cash remaining after sale of its assets and payment of all indebtedness is distributed to the shareholders, beginning with the preferred shareholders and ending with the common shareholders
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The selling of all the assets of a debtor and the use of the cash proceeds of the sale to pay off creditors
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termination of a business operation by using its assets to discharge its liabilities
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A transaction made in reducing or closing out a long or short position, but more often used by the trade to mean a reduction or closing out of a long position
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The Process whereby a company is dissolved The court, the company itself, a shareholder, the Master the court, the judicial manager, a creditor, or the minister may initiate such dissolution A liquidator is appointed, who arranges to sell off all the assets of the company and uses the proceeds to pay its creditors (firstly the secured creditors and then the unsecured ones) Once the creditors have been paid then the preferential shareholders are paid, and then finally the ordinary shareholders
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Disposing of assets of the debtor, the proceeds to be used toward paying the debts and obligations of the debtor
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The process of selling all company assets for cash and using that cash to pay the company's debts; any funds remaining are distributed to the owners of the business For an insurer's liquidation, an agent of a court either (1) transfers all of the financially-troubled insurer's business and assets to other insurers or (2) sells the financially-troubled insurer's assets and terminates the business Contrast with rehabilitation See also receivership
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1) The process of converting securities into cash 2) The sale of the assets of a company to one or more acquirers in order to pay off debts In the event that a corporation is liquidated, the claims of secured and unsecured creditors and owners of bonds and preferred stock take precedence over the claims of those who own common stock
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the murder of a competitor
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The selling of the assets of a business as part of the process of dissolving the business
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The closing out of long positions (More generally, liquidation means the conversion of something into cash or another commodity )
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The process of dissolving a business by selling the assets, paying the debts, and distributing the remaining equity to the owners
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The process of converting stock or other assets into cash When a company is liquidated, the cash obtained is first used to pay debts and obligations to holders of bonds and preferred stock Whatever cash remains is distributed on a per-share basis to the holders of common stock BACK TO TOP
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Termination and winding up of an entity, such as an LLC A final tax return will have to be filed with the IRS and state and local tax authorities A tax clearance certificate may be necessary from the state Usually, a Certificate of Termination (or something similar) must be filed
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The process of converting securities or other property into cash The dissolution of a company, with cash remaining after sale of its assets and payment of all indebtedness being distributed to the shareholders
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Process in which shareholders or owners surrender their shares or interests in a business, generally when a company ceases to be a going concern Proceeds go to pay creditors, and any balance is then distributed to shareholders
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To close an open position throgh the execution of an offsetting transaction
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The act or process of liquidating; the state of being liquidated
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{i} process of determining and discharging the financial obligations of a business in preparation for closure; conversion of assets into cash; condition of being liquidated
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A sale of a debtor's nonexempt property with the proceeds to be used for the benefit of creditors
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Any transaction that offsets or closes out a long or short position
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The disposal, at maximum prices, of the collateral securing a loan, and the voluntary and enforced collection of the remaining loan balance from the obligators and/or guarantors
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Any transaction that offsets or closes out a previously established position
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