Definition of 'defaulting'
Example sentences containing 'defaulting'
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He found himself forced to choose between feeding his children or closing his bank account and defaulting.Christianity Today (2000)
The country has come close to defaulting on its debts and finds it hard to agree international treaties.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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