debt 200,000 dollars of ２０万ドルの負債
one's clear debts 借金を完済する
( pay ) [((形式))repay, off ] one's settle debt( s) 借金を返す［返済する，清算する］
run [((形式))amass] up debts 借金を重ねる
Access to Western luxury goods became even more restricted, as Western governments applied economic sanctions to express their dissatisfaction with the government repression of the opposition, while at the same time the government had to use most of the foreign currency it could obtain to pay the crushing rates on its foreign
debt which reached US$23 billion by 1980.
History of Poland (1945–1989)
After only three years, it was $2.2 million in
debt and facing bankruptcy.
As a result, the money supply contracted and the effects of the Panic of 1873 grew worse, making it more expensive for
debtors to pay debts they had contracted when currency was less valuable.
Rutherford B. Hayes
Because of the
debt she had accumulated (including delayed payment for her property in Auburn), Tubman fell prey in 1873 to a swindle involving gold transfer.
Between 1932 and 1938, Chamberlain halved the percentage of the budget devoted to payment of interest on the war
Boone sold most of this land to repay old Kentucky
By collecting some old Civil War
debts from the federal government, Beckham virtually eliminated the state's debt.
J. C. W. Beckham
Canada's net foreign
debt rose by $41 billion to $194 billion in the first quarter of 2010.
Desha and his allies in the General Assembly interpreted the victory as a mandate from the voters to aggressively pursue their
debt relief agenda.
Despite restructuring, the club's
debt prompted protests from fans on 23 January 2010, at Old Trafford and the club's Trafford Training Centre.
Manchester United F.C.
For 2011, Barcelona's gross
debt stands at around €483m and the net debt is at €364.
debts continued to mount, and while he demanded money from Shelley, Godwin still refused to see either him or his daughter.
He began pressuring the Church to take action against the Order, as a way of freeing himself from his
He tried to put an optimistic view on the matter, saying that the close-run vote as an endorsement of his position, and the merger as an opportunity to start with a clean slate with no
Liberal Movement (Australia)
He was held personally responsible for about $95,000 of the company's
His management of the South Sea crisis, by rescheduling the
debts and arranging some compensation, helped the return to financial stability.
George I of Great Britain
In 1611, the Crown's
debts to him were calculated at over £48,000, but his debts to the Crown were calculated at over £43,000 and a judge, Sir Julius Caesar, ordered both sets of debts cancelled quid pro quo.