Debt là gì

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Debt (Econ) Nợ.

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debt (toán kinh tế) món nợ
national d. quốc trái public d. công tráimón nợamortization of a debt: sự trả dần một món nợcancelled debt: món nợ được hủyjunior debt: món nợ nhỏsự mắc nợLĩnh vực: xây dựngnợamortization of a debt: sự trả dần một món nợbad debt: nợ khó đòibill of debt: phiếu nợcancelled debt: món nợ được hủyjunior debt: món nợ nhỏnational debt: nợ quốc giatrade debt: nợ mậu dịchfunded debtcông trái cố địnhpublic debtcông trái
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Từ điển Collocation

debt noun

1 sum of money owed

ADJ. big, crippling, enormous, high, huge, large, massive, substantial He was burdened with crippling debts. | mounting a company faced with mounting debts | outstanding, unpaid She used her lottery winnings to pay off her outstanding debts. | overdue | bad (= that cannot be repaid) Bad debt has hit the bank"s profits this year. | long-term, short-term | overall, total | gross, net | commercial, corporate | external, foreign, international | national, public The country has a national debt of 80% of GNP. | gambling

VERB + DEBT be burdened with, have, owe (sb) the substantial debts that the company owed to the bank | incur, run up She ran up huge debts on her credit card. | clear, meet, pay (back/off), repay, settle Without a job, he"ll never clear his debts. It"ll take months to pay off all your debts. | reduce | tackle The new governments main aim is to tackle the country"s massive debt. | default on The firm defaulted on its debt and its assets were seized. | cancel, wipe off/out, write off After a series of meetings, the banks were forced to write off the company"s debts. | service (= pay interest on) The fall in exports has left the country unable to service its debts. | reschedule, restructure The company has reached a deal with its major creditors allowing it to restructure its debts. | secure a debt secured on property

DEBT + VERB fall due | stand at sth, total sth The national debt stands at $7,000 million. | arise from sth debts arising from bad investments

DEBT + NOUN collection, collector | burden

PREP. of ~ $80 million of debt

PHRASES a burden of debt Faced with a mounting burden of debt, he sold off the company. | payment/repayment/settlement of a debt

2 state of owing money

ADJ. serious

VERB + DEBT go into, get into, slip into It is easy to get into serious debt with a credit card. | get out of You can get out of debt by strict economizing.

PREP. in ~ He was heavily in debt by the time he sought advice. | out of ~ struggling to stay out of debt

PHRASES deeply/heavily in debt

3 sth that you owe sb

ADJ. great

VERB + DEBT owe | acknowledge, recognize

PREP. in sb"s ~ I am in Ruth"s debt for the excellent advice she gave me. | ~ to In the introduction, the author acknowledges her debt to other writers on the subject.

PHRASES owe a debt of gratitude to sb We owe a great debt of gratitude to our families for their support.

Từ điển WordNet


n.

the state of owing something (especially money)

he is badly in debt

money or goods or services owed by one person to anotheran obligation to pay or do something
An amount of money borrowed by one party from another. Many corporations/individuals use debt as a method for making large purchases that they could not afford under normal circumstances. A debt arrangement gives the borrowing party permission to borrow money under the condition that it is to be paid back at a later date, usually with interest.