[ih-lik-wid] /ɪˈlɪk wɪd/
adjective, (of an asset)
not readily convertible into cash; not .
(of an asset) not easily convertible into cash
(of an enterprise, organization, etc) deficient in liquid assets
1690s, from il- “not” + liquid in the financial sense.
[ohm-nee-ah moo-tahn-too r nohs et moo-tah-moo r in il-lees; English om-nee-uh myoo-tan-ter nohs et myoo-tey-mer in il-is] /ˈoʊm niˌɑ muˈtɑn tʊər noʊs ɛt muˈtɑ mʊər ɪn ˈɪl lis; English ˈɒm ni ə myuˈtæn tər noʊs ɛt myuˈteɪ mər ɪn ˈɪl ɪs/ Latin. 1. all things change, and we change with them. [tem-paw-rah moo-tahn-too r, nohs […]
[il-ahyt] /ˈɪl aɪt/ noun 1. any of a group of clay minerals, hydrous potassium aluminosilicates, characterized by a three-layer micalike structure and a gray, light green, or yellowish-brown color. /ˈɪlaɪt/ noun 1. a clay mineral of the mica group, found in shales and mudstones. Crystal structure: monoclinic. Formula: K1–1.5Al4(Si6.5–7Al1–1.5O20)(OH)4
[ih-lit-er-uh-see] /ɪˈlɪt ər ə si/ noun, plural illiteracies for 3. 1. a lack of ability to read and write. 2. the state of being ; lack of any or enough education. 3. a mistake in writing or speaking, felt to be characteristic of an or semiliterate person: a letter that was full of illiteracies. n. […]
[ih-lit-er-it] /ɪˈlɪt ər ɪt/ adjective 1. unable to read and write: an illiterate group. 2. having or demonstrating very little or no education. 3. showing lack of culture, especially in language and literature. 4. displaying a marked lack of knowledge in a particular field: He is musically illiterate. noun 5. an illiterate person. /ɪˈlɪtərɪt/ adjective […]