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赤字, あかじ

  • akaji


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

  • deficit
  • (being in or going into) the red


  • red text
  • red letters


  • corrections (by a teacher or proofreader) written in red

Examples of 赤字,あかじ in a Sentence

How huge a deficit can the nation stand?
A further reduction would make us go into the red.
We went into the red last year.
Our family budget is in the red.
We had to sell the building because for years we operated it in the red.
The country is trying hard to make up for her trade deficit.
The talented finance minister's ingenuity has helped his bankrupt nation to get out of the red.
They were deep in the red and closed up shop.
The future of our company is at stake. We have been heavily in the red for the last couple of years.
Our household expense got into the red last month.

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