- adj. 破产的；道德败坏的；枯竭的
- n. 破产者；无知的人
- vt. 使破产
- 破产的,倒闭的 unable to pay one's debts
- 完全缺乏的 lacking in a particular desirable quality
- [C]破产者 person who is bankrupt
- vt. 使破产,使枯竭,使极端贫困 make bankrupt or very poor
someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts
"a bankrupt company"
"the company went belly-up"
reduce to bankruptcy;
"My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"
"The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
- If your liabilities exceed your assets, you may go bankrupt.
- I was bankrupt and unable to pay his debts.
- He has been feeling low since he went bankrupt.
- He believes that modern society is morally bankrupt.
- The opposition attacked the government as morally bankrupt.
- He was bankrupt of original ideas.
- We are bankrupt of earthly treasures.
- He realizes the bankrupt's assets.
- The bankrupt had made over all his property to his wife.
- Foolish expenditures will bankrupt him.
- Replacing those machines now will bankrupt us.
- Farmers grumble that their margins are so low that a bad year can bankrupt them.
- This is a bankrupt foreign policy.
- That plant was bankrupt because of mismanagement.
- In her old age, she was bankrupt in reputation.
- He seemed to be bankrupt of hope and confidence.
- The shopkeeper is bankrupt.
- It will send him into bankrupt.
- The cost of defending the libel action almost bankrupted the small magazine.
- A nervous breakdown bankrupted him of courage to face society.