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َAmir beglo
what is the difference between Bankrupt and bankruptcy?
Aug 28, 2019 2:48 AM
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Bankrupt is almost always an adjective, so it is used like this to modify a noun — “The bankrupt company is selling all of its furniture” — or as a predicate adjective like this — “He is bankrupt.” Bankruptcy is (usually) a noun that describes a state or condition, like this: “The company is struggling to avoid bankruptcy.”
August 28, 2019
َAmir beglo
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