bankrupt collocations and examples

 UK /ˈbæŋkrʌpt/

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1

officially unable to pay money owed


Adverbs frequently used with bankrupt
almost, effectively, nearly, officially, practically, technically, virtuallyWithin a year the company was technically bankrupt.
Nouns frequently used with bankrupt
person: debtor, owner, partner, personAs a bankrupt person, you may have to sell your home in order to pay your debts.business: airline, business, company, firm, industryIf the company you are dealing with goes bankrupt, you will probably not get your money back.
Verbs frequently used with bankrupt
adjudge someone, be, become, declare someone, go, make someoneSix hundred firms went bankrupt during this period.
2

without any good qualities at all


Adverbs frequently used with bankrupt
artistically, creatively, culturally, intellectually, morally, politically, spirituallyThe industry has become even more corrupt and morally bankrupt
 
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