Definition of 'buyout'
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He set about transforming the company via a limited management buyout. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He has a buyout clause and we want our money back. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He had a buyout clause of four or five million. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A management buyout is one possibility. Times, Sunday Times (2008)City financiers behind the move, will sit at their round table today to sift through a rich list of applicants ready to back a buyout. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some, with the money to do so, have handed the problem over to an insurance company in a buyout. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It paid between about 80m for the paint maker in 2006 as part of a management buyout from the family owners. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'buyout'
British English: buyout /ˈbaɪˌaʊt/ NOUN
A buyout is the buying of a company, especially by its managers or employees.
...a management buyout.
- American English: buyout
- Arabic: شِراء كامِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: aquisição do controle de uma empresa
- Chinese: 全部买下
- Croatian: otkup
- Czech: vykoupení odprodej
- Danish: opkøb
- Dutch: opkoop
- European Spanish: compra de una compañía
- Finnish: yritysosto
- French: rachat
- German: Aufkauf
- Greek: εξαγορά
- Italian: acquisizione
- Japanese: 買収
- Korean: 매점
- Norwegian: oppkjøp
- Polish: wykup
- European Portuguese: aquisição do controlo de uma empresa
- Romanian: achiziție prioritar majoritară
- Russian: выкуп
- Spanish: compra de la totalidad de las acciones
- Swedish: utköp
- Thai: การซื้อขายหุ้นของบริษัท
- Turkish: satın alma şirket
- Ukrainian: викуп
- Vietnamese: việc thu mua
Definition of buyout from the Collins English Dictionary
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