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liquidator

[ lik-wi-dey-ter ]
/ ˈlɪk wɪˌdeɪ tər /
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noun
a person who liquidates assets, especially one authorized to do so by a court of law.
an official appointed by a court of law to direct theliquidation of a business.
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Origin of liquidator

First recorded in 1855–60; liquidate + -or2
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British Dictionary definitions for liquidator

liquidator
/ (ˈlɪkwɪˌdeɪtə) /

noun
a person assigned to supervise the liquidation of a business concern and whose legal authorization, rights, and duties differ according to whether the liquidation is compulsory or voluntary
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