Illiquid Definition

ĭ-lĭkwĭd
adjective
Not readily convertible into cash.
Webster's New World
Characterized by an insufficiency of cash.
Webster's New World
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other
An investment that can’t be quickly converted into cash. Such investments include limited partnerships, real estate, or investment into securities or debt of a company that is thinly traded or which doesn’t trade on major exchanges.
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Origin of Illiquid

  • From il- +‎ liquid.

    From Wiktionary

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