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資金不足, しきんぶそく

  • shikinbusoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • lack of funds

Examples of 資金不足,しきんぶそく in a Sentence

Lack of money is a serious hindrance in their fight to conquer cancer.
He appealed to lack of funds as a reason for the failure of his enterprise.
The firm went under due to lack of capital.
Their business came to a standstill for want of money.
The museum had to close due to lack of finances.
His undertaking failed for lack of funds.
His office is going to be shut down for want of money.
She couldn't study abroad for lack of money.
An acute lack of funds is holding up the plan.
We abandoned the project because of a lack of funds.

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