Definición de shake-out en inglés:

shake-out

Saltos de línea: shake-out

sustantivo

informal
An upheaval in or radical reorganization of a business, market, or organization, typically involving streamlining and redundancies: the current shake-out in the computer industry
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But the underlying cause of last week's yo-yo-ing on the markets was the long-awaited shake-out of the over-valued internet companies.
  • The market will witness a shake-out when the de-tariffing of motor and fire insurance takes place.
  • Taken over a five-year period, the Irish pension funds have yielded an average return of just 1.1%, dragged down by the shake-out that started in the Nasdaq in 2000 when the high-tech bubble finally burst.

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