bankrupt translation | English-French dictionary

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bankrupt

  
      adj  
     (financially)   
[person, company]  
en faillite  
to go bankrupt      faire faillite  
→ If the firm cannot sell its products, it will go bankrupt.        
to be declared bankrupt      être déclaré (e)   en faillite  
→ He was declared bankrupt after failing to pay a £114m loan guarantee.        
to be made bankrupt      être mis (e)   en faillite  
→ The company was made bankrupt in December.        
     (fig)  
morally bankrupt      dépourvu (e)   de moralité  
→ He thinks that European civilization is morally bankrupt.        
spiritually bankrupt      dépourvu (e)   de spiritualité  
→ Christianity, they proclaim, is spiritually bankrupt        
      n   (=person)   failli (e)      m/f  
      vt  
  [+person, company]  
mettre en faillite  
→ The cost of the court case bankrupted him.        
→ The move nearly bankrupted the firm.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
failli
[Bus.]
adj.
en faillite
[Bus.]
v.
mettre en faillite
[Bus.]
n.
articles de saisie
[Bus.]
n.
personne ruinée
[Bus.]
n.
économie en faillite
[Bus.]
n.
économies en faillite
[Bus.]
past part.
fait faillite
[Bus.]
v.
tomber en faillite, faire faillite, être mis en redressement judiciaire
exp.
dépourvu de moralité
n.
failli réhabilité
[Bus.]
exp.
failli
exp.
dépourvu de spiritualité
n.
masse de la faillite
[Bus.]
n.
masse active
[Bus.]
n.
concordat
[Bus.]
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'bankrupt' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
bankrupt
n.
bankrupt
n.
bankrupt
adv.
bankrupt
[Bus.]
n.
bankrupt stocks
[Bus.]
v.
go bankrupt
v.
go bankrupt
v.
be bankrupt
[Bus.]
v.
go bankrupt
[Bus.]
n.
certified bankrupt
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