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破産, はさん

  • hasan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • bankruptcy
  • insolvency

Examples of 破産,はさん in a Sentence

Gambling brought about his ruin.
Was it gambling that brought about his bankruptcy?
It was gambling that brought about his ruin.
High tax and poor sales bankrupted the company.
It is true that he went bankrupt.
We were financially troubled, in short, we were bankrupt.
The insider trading scandal put a lot of people out of business.
The company went bankrupt.
If we don't make a last ditch stand at winning that contract, we may very well go under.
More and more people these days are getting overwhelmed by housing loans.

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