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Meanings and phrases
- financially ruined; belly-up
- someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts; insolvent
- reduce to bankruptcy; ruin; break; smash
- In 1872, the Wallkill National Bank went bankrupt.
- Publisher Way and Williams went bankrupt in 1898.
- Malpee went bankrupt in 1963, and KFIL went silent.
- Poulson's company was declared bankrupt in 1972.
- The company was declared bankrupt on December 2, 2008.
- Aalborg DH was 3 Sept. 2013 declared bankrupt.
- The company went bankrupt two years later.
- The company went bankrupt in 1999.
- Later, the company went bankrupt.
- Mecke, and became available to Windmuller on Mecke's going bankrupt.
- During the 1980s Ternana played between Serie C1 and Serie C2, before going bankrupt on 12 December 1987.
- Film executive Pat Powers attended the party and asked Ray, "... how can you do this if you're going bankrupt tomorrow?
- The company has gone bankrupt seven times in its history.
- The story is set in an imaginary American town that has gone bankrupt.
- In 1880, they acquired a tract of James Thompson, who had gone bankrupt, and established another dairy farm.
- In 1993, Jingle itself became bankrupt.
- It became bankrupt during the aftermath of the Great Depression.
- Bullin became bankrupt in 1778 and Leyland acquired his premises.
- Morley insists the circus would go bankrupt without her.
- Contrary to popular belief, the company did not go bankrupt.
- As soon as the heat gets too great, just go bankrupt and get out.