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  • As the band were about to release their first single the record company went bankrupt.
  • He quickly formed his own company but was bankrupt within the year.
  • The winner is the remaining player left after all the others have gone bankrupt.
  • He never knew his mother, and his father died bankrupt, leaving only debts.
  • Ash nearly became bankrupt as they prepared to release what could have been their last album.
  • This time, finding a stop sign bankrupted the team and ended the round.
  • Many of these companies subsequently went bankrupt or were bought out.
  • The film failed at the box office and almost bankrupted the studio.
  • The plans fell through when the developers went bankrupt during the initial construction.
  • Many of the special companies set up to develop the island became practically bankrupt.
  • At first, he nearly bankrupts himself, but in the very last moment finally makes big wins.
  • They went bankrupt, were taken over by the league, and forced to play their remaining games on the road.
  • The stars of the opera are being killed off in an effort to bankrupt the production company.
  • However, his company went bankrupt during these three years.
  • However he became a free agent after the club bankrupted.
  • Eventually bankrupting him just before his death that year.
  • However, the company where he wanted to work went bankrupt, and he was forced to follow a different line of work.
  • However, the label soon went bankrupt, and the album was never properly promoted.
  • The group initially performed at a restaurant the family operated until the business went bankrupt soon thereafter.
  • He was formally bankrupt at the time under his real name.
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Meaning of bankrupt

  • noun Someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts
  • verb Reduce to bankruptcy
    My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!, The slump in the financial markets smashed him