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To go into liquidation

(Law) to turn over to a trustee one's assets and accounts, in order that the several amounts of one's indebtedness may be authoritatively ascertained, and that the assets may be applied toward their discharge.

See also: Liquidation

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To glut the market
To go
To go a-begging
To go about
To go across the country
To go ahead
To go astern
To go back on
To go bet
To go beyond
to go bust
To go by the board
To go cross lots
to go down the drain
To go halves
To go heels over head
-- To go into liquidation --
To go into particulars
To go it
To go it alone
To go it blind
To go off half-cocked
To go off the hooks
To go on the stump
To go one's way
to go over the head of (a person
To go over to the majority
To go overboard
To go shares
To go the way of all the earth
To go through the mill
To go to meat
To go to pot
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