bankrupt

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} iflas

Bu iflasımızı sunmak zorunda olduğumuz anlamına mı geliyor? - Does this mean that we have to file bankruptcy?

Bu koşullar altında, iflas kaçınılmazdır. - Under the circumstances, bankruptcy is inevitable.

{i} iflas etmiş kimse
{s} iflas etmiş
borcunu ödeyememiş
(Ticaret) borcunu ödeyemeyen
batkın
{f} iflas et

Onun tavsiyesini uygulamadılar, sonuçta şirketleri iflas etti. - They neglected his advice, with the result the their company went bankrupt.

Yüksek vergi ve kötü satış şirketi iflas ettirdi. - High tax and poor sales bankrupted the company.

iflas ettirmek
müflis
batmış

Yetenekli maliye bakanının yaratıcılığı batmış ulusunun kurtulması için yardımcı oldu. - The talented finance minister's ingenuity has helped his bankrupt nation to get out of the red.

{f} mahvetmek
{f} batırmak
iflas etmiş kişi
iflas ettir

Yüksek vergi ve kötü satış şirketi iflas ettirdi. - High tax and poor sales bankrupted the company.

s., i. iflas etmiş, batkın, müflis. f. iflas ettirmek, batırmak
{f} çökertmek
müflis iflas etmiş olan iflas ettirmek
batmış,v.iflas et: n.iflas
{i} yoksun kimse
tüketmek
{s} mahvolmuş
(Ticaret) iflas etmek

Tom iflas etmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom was forced into bankruptcy.

(Kanun,Ticaret) iflas eden
go bankrupt
iflas etmek
bankrupt's certificate
konkordato
bankrupt's creditor
müfliszede
bankrupt's creditor
müflisin alacaklısı
bankrupt's estate
müflisin malları
bankrupt in
yoksun
bankrupt in
mahrum
bankrupt in intelligance
zekâdan yoksun
bankrupt the bank
banka batırmak
bankrupt's assets
iflas masası
bankrupt's creditor
iflas etmiş birinden alacağı olan kimse
bankrupt's estate
iflas edenin mal varlığı
bankrupt's estate
(Ticaret) müflisin mallan
bankrupt's estate trustee
(Ticaret) iflas masası memuru
be bankrupt
(Ticaret) iflas etmek
go bankrupt
iflas bayrağını çekmek
go bankrupt
iflas borusunu çalmak
go bankrupt
topu atmak
certified bankrupt
resmi iflas
certified bankrupt
belgelenmiş iflas
fraudulent bankrupt
hileli müflis
go bankrupt
batmak
certified bankrupt
resmi iflas, belgelenmiş iflas
discharge of a bankrupt
müflisin itibarının iadesi
get bankrupt
iflas olsun
go bankrupt
İflas etmek, batmak
become bankrupt
(Fiili Deyim ) iflas etmek
certificated bankrupt
resmi iflâs
certificated bankrupt
belgelenmiş iflâs
declare bankrupt
(Ticaret) iflasını ilan etmek
declare oneself a bankrupt
iflasını istemek
declare oneself bankrupt
(Kanun) kendi iflasını istemek
discharged bankrupt
(Ticaret) kararı iptal edilmiş iflas
to bankrupt
iflas ettirmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To force into bankruptcy
having been legally declared insolvent
{v} t. to break, to render unable to pay
{n} a trader fails to make payment when due, stops business, or does any act to defraud creditors
{a} broke for debt, unable to pay
A person, company, or corporation that, through formal court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all debts after the surrender of some or all assets to a court-appointed trustee
financially ruined; "a bankrupt company"; "the company went belly-up"
(adj ) Unable to pay ones debts (noun) A person or corporation declared unable to pay their debts by the court
emphasis If you say that something is bankrupt, you are emphasizing that it lacks any value or worth. He really thinks that European civilisation is morally bankrupt. to make a person, business, or country bankrupt or very poor = ruin
A person, firm, or corporation that, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all debts after surrendering all assets to a court-appointed trustee
This occurs when someone is unable to pay their debts and creditors move to secure what monies they can from any existing assets (property) held by that person All property is then administered by the official receiver A Bankrupt if able to still work will only receive an allowance to live on after payments are made to creditors
To cause to become bankrupt; to make bankrupt
financially ruined; "a bankrupt company"; "the company went belly-up
A person, firm, or corporation that, through a court proceeding, is relieved from payment of all debts after the surrender of all assets to a court-appointed trustee
A person, who, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all his or her debts after surrender of all his or her assets to a court appointed trustee
A noun or adjective Noun - a person or business which has made an assignment in bankruptcy or has been petitioned into bankruptcy Adjective - owing more money than you have assets or income to repay
People or organizations that go bankrupt do not have enough money to pay their debts. If the firm cannot sell its products, it will go bankrupt He was declared bankrupt after failing to pay a £114m loan guarantee. = insolvent
When a person is unable to pay their debts, a court may order that their financial affairs be managed by a trustee to call in all assets and pay debts from available funds Also referred to as insolvent •Bankruptcy
(1) A debtor adjudged insolvent by a court and whose property is liquidated, turned into cash and divided among creditors (2) A business failure
{i} one who was unable to repay debts and whose property has been divided among his creditors
An individual, firm, or corporation who, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all debts
The condition or state of a person (individual, partnership, corporation, etc ) who is unable to repay its debts as they are, or become, due
someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts
Being a bankrupt or in a condition of bankruptcy; unable to pay, or legally discharged from paying, one's debts; as, a bankrupt merchant
To make bankrupt; to bring financial ruin upon; to impoverish
That is formally declared unable to pay its creditors
{s} lacking, deficient; insolvent, unable to pay one's debts
reduce to bankruptcy; "My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"; "The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
A person, firm, or corporation that has been declared to have no money by the court and does not have to pay back any of their debt after all their assets (belongings) are taken away
A person who, in accordance with the terms of a law relating to bankruptcy, has been judicially declared to be unable to meet his liabilities
The legal status of an individual or company which is unable to pay its creditors and whose assets are therefore administered for its creditors by a trustee in bankruptcy
A person, firm or corporation, who, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all debts after the surrender of all assets to a court appointed trustee In some cases, the person may make provision for a repayment of the obligations over an extended period of time with court supervision
Relating to bankrupts and bankruptcy
One who is adjudicated a bankrupt by a court having proper jurisdiction The bankruptcy may be voluntary (petitioned by the bankrupt) or involuntary (petitioned by the creditors of the bankrupt)
The condition or state of a person (individual, partnership, corporation, etc ) who is unable to repay it's debts as they are, or become, due
A person, firm, or corporation ("debtor") that, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of some or all debts, usually after the surrender of all assets to a court-appointed trustee or the reorganization of the debtor's assets and liabilities Usually, at least two years must elapse from the discharge of the bankruptcy before lenders will consider making a loan to someone who had declared bankruptcy
Destitute of, or wholly wanting (something once possessed, or something one should possess)
{f} make bankrupt, ruin financially; go bankrupt, go broke
A person, who, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all his debts after surrender of all his assets to a court appointed trustee
A person who has made an assignment or against whom a receiving order has been made, or the legal status of that person
The quality of a person, corporation, or other legal entity who, being unable to meet his or her financial obligations, must relinquish his or her property to a receiver or trustee for administration and distribution to creditor
someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts reduce to bankruptcy; "My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"; "The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
(n) - a person judged by a law court to be unable to pay his debts
To bankrupt a person or organization means to make them go bankrupt. The move to the market nearly bankrupted the firm and its director
Depleted of money; not having the means of meeting pecuniary liabilities; as, a bankrupt treasury
A trader who becomes unable to pay his debts; an insolvent trader; popularly, any person who is unable to pay his debts; an insolvent person
A trader who secretes himself, or does certain other acts tending to defraud his creditors
A person, firm, or corporation that, through a court proceeding, is relieved from the payment of all debts after the surrender of all assets to a court-appointed trustee
A bankrupt is a person who has been declared bankrupt by a court of law
bkpt
bankrupt cart
A one-horse chaise, said to be so called by a Lord Chief Justice, from their being so frequently used on Sunday jaunts by extravagant shop-keepers and tradesmen
bankrupt carts
plural form of bankrupt cart
bankrupt's discharge
termination of bankruptcy status, determination that one has repaid his debts and is therefore no longer bankrupt
go bankrupt
To become bankrupt

Several thousand companies go bankrupt in the UK each year.

go bankrupt
become insolvent, declare legal inability to pay off debts, go broke
bankrupted
past of bankrupt
bankrupting
present participle of bankrupt
bankrupts
third-person singular of bankrupt
government policy proves bankrupt
the government's stance has lost its power, the government cannot support its policy any longer
noun bankrupt 3
someone who has officially said that they cannot pay their debts certified/uncertified bankrupt (=one a court does or does not allow to start a business again)
went bankrupt
court decided that he is incapable of paying his debts, lost his assets
bankrupt
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