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Definition of "liquidator" []

  • A person assigned to supervise the liquidation of a business concern and whose legal authorization, rights, and duties differ according to whether the liquidation is compulsory or voluntary (noun)
  • One who liquidates. (noun)

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Use "liquidator" in a sentence
  • "He called in the obituary notice to the Times, called the small list of people in her address book, arranged for the funeral Mass, and called a liquidator he had met socially and arranged to meet him at the apartment and inventory the contents."
  • "Although known as a liquidator, Gordon Brothers committed to operate at least 175 of the 210 stores."
  • "He said that according to all the advice Medoro has received from lawyers and the Colombian government, the liquidator is the one person who can sell the property, and he agreed to sell to Medoro."