liquidar

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liquidar (first-person singular present liquido, past participle liquidat)

  1. to liquidate (to settle a debt)
  2. to liquidate (to settle the affairs of a company)
  3. to liquidate (to convert assets into cash)
  4. to liquefy
    Synonym: liqüefer

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liquidar

  1. to liquidize

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

líquido +‎ -ar

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liquidar (first-person singular present indicative liquido, past participle liquidado)

  1. to settle
  2. to liquidate
  3. to pay off
  4. (slang) to kill

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From líquido.

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  • IPA(key): /likiˈdaɾ/, [li.kiˈð̞aɾ]

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liquidar (first-person singular present liquido, first-person singular preterite liquidé, past participle liquidado)

  1. to liquidate (to settle a debt)
  2. to liquidate (to settle the affairs of a company)
  3. to liquidate (to convert assets into cash)
  4. to liquefy
  5. (colloquial) to pick off, to finish off, to take out

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