unconditional


unconditional
unconditional un‧con‧di‧tion‧al [ˌʌnkənˈdɪʆnəl◂] adjective FINANCE
1. unconditional offer/​bid a takeover offer which does not depend on any conditions:

• The group announced that it made a formal unconditional bid to the board offering to buy 160,000 shares.

2. go/​become unconditional if a takeover offer goes or becomes unconditional, it is accepted by more than half the existing shareholders:

• Once the offer document is posted, a takeover offer can become unconditional within four weeks.

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unconditional UK US /ˌʌnkənˈdɪʃənəl/ adjective
complete and not limited in any way: »

They have my unconditional support.

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The shares, which begin unconditional trading tomorrow, were priced last week at 250p.

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Our unconditional guarantee gives total peace of mind to our customers.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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