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OTHER WORDS FROM liquidationnon·liq·ui·da·tion, nounpre·liq·ui·da·tion, nounre·liq·ui·da·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for liquidation
The company said it will hold liquidation sales at all of its stores, as well as on its website, as it tries to clear out leftover inventory.Pandemic bankruptcies: A running list of retailers that have filed for Chapter 11|Abha Bhattarai|December 4, 2020|Washington Post
He also notes the economic benefits of salvaging businesses that would otherwise face liquidation, saying Simon was helping save 4,000 jobs at Brooks Brothers.America’s Largest Shopping Mall Owner Gets a New Tenant: Itself|Daniel Malloy|August 20, 2020|Ozy
“Liquidation” is a threat Memorial has heard before, and in the most sinister possible context.The Kremlin’s Plan to Erase Russia’s Memory and Its Conscience|Anna Nemtsova|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The liquidation closed all Hostess plants and bakeries and 15,000 employees were laid off immediately.
The liquidation seems to have launched a similar frenzy regarding Twinkies.
Hostess said it would have to file for liquidation if the bakers went on strike.
But for a company on the verge of liquidation, this is good news.
If they are destroyed by fire, the mortgagor cannot claim to have the insurance applied in liquidation of the mortgage debt.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
You promise social liquidation, the revision of property and of public fortune and their better division.
One of the most shameful features in the French Government's war on the Church was the affair of liquidation.
While M. Combes would cast the blame on the liquidators, M. Briand fixed it on the method of liquidation.
The balance shall be reckoned toward liquidation of the amounts due for reparation.
British Dictionary definitions for liquidation
- the process of terminating the affairs of a business firm, etc, by realizing its assets to discharge its liabilities
- the state of a business firm, etc, having its affairs so terminated (esp in the phrase to go into liquidation)
Cultural definitions for liquidation
The conversion of the assets of a firm into cash, often just before the firm goes out of business.