from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To bring into debt; to place under obligation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To bring into debt; to place under obligation; -- chiefly used in the participle indebted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To place in debt; bring under obligation.
But as us little people know that live paycheck to paycheck when you spend money that you should be using to pay your debts you end up losing everything and going bankrupt, unless someone helps you and lends you more money and then your even further indebt, which is kind of what Bush did.
I beleive not since social security is bankrupt and we are indebt to China (not one of our allies), our deficit is in the trillions!!!, any idea how much money that is?
And to return the favor, China allowed ourselves to indebt ourselves to them in order to fund an elective war motivated by oil and war economy profit and the ulterior religiosity of the idiots we put in power.
Obama, Pelosi and cronies are about to indebt, beyond our wildest dreams, many citizens who aren't even born yet, and we're stuck on an affair .... vegage
I hope she chokes on a chicken bone for helping to further indebt this country ..... all the idiots in this administration need to resign .. allan
Shorter Kenneth: I want the government to indebt me to forign countries cause Im a patriot fo freedomb!!
I realize most here will not be affected because most dont work or are on the government dole in some way so no matter how far indebt old “purple lips” puts us it makes no never mind.
Journalist and author Naomi Klein spoke in New York on 1/13/2010 and addressed the crisis in Haiti: 'We have to be absolutely clear that this tragedy -- which is part natural, part unnatural -- must, under no circumstances, be used to, one, further indebt Haiti and, two, to push through unpopular corporatist policies in the interest of our corporations.
A true sovereign need not indebt itself to private banks but can simply issue the money it needs.
And she's also still $21 million indebt, by the way, bills she still hasn't paid.
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