buyout


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buy·out

 (bī′out′)
n.
1. The purchase of the entire holdings or interests of an owner or investor.
2. The purchase of a company or business: "If the workers do approve the buyout, their company will become the nation's largest employee-owned enterprise" (Harry Anderson).

buy•out

(ˈbaɪˌaʊt)
n.
an act or instance of buying out, esp. of buying all or a controlling percentage of the shares in a company.
[1970–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.buyout - acquisition of a company by purchasing a controlling percentage of its stock
acquisition - the act of contracting or assuming or acquiring possession of something; "the acquisition of wealth"; "the acquisition of one company by another"
leveraged buyout - a buyout using borrowed money; the target company's assets are usually security for the loan; "a leveraged buyout by upper management can be used to combat hostile takeover bids"
strategic buyout - an acquisition based on analysis of the benefits of consolidation in anticipation of increased earning power
takeover - a change by sale or merger in the controlling interest of a corporation
Translations
vykoupení
opkøb
yritysosto
otkup
買収
매점
utköp
การซื้อขายหุ้นของบริษัท
việc thu mua

buyout

[ˈbaɪaʊt] nrachat m (d'entreprise) management buyout

buyout

nAufkauf m

buyout

شِراء كامِل vykoupení opkøb Aufkauf εξαγορά compra de la totalidad de las acciones, compra de una compañía yritysosto rachat otkup acquisizione 買収 매점 opkoop oppkjøp wykup aquisição do controle de uma empresa, aquisição do controlo de uma empresa выкуп utköp การซื้อขายหุ้นของบริษัท satın alma việc thu mua 全部买下
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