illiquid

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From il- +‎ liquid.

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illiquid (comparative more illiquid, superlative most illiquid)

  1. (finance) Lacking liquidity; unable to be converted into cash.
    Investment in illiquid assets may prove to be a mistake if the market turns down.

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