Definition of "repellent"
  1. A strategy employed to deter or thwart a potential hostile takeover of a company
How to use "repellent" in a sentence
  1. The board of directors implemented a repellent to discourage the aggressive acquisition efforts of the rival company.
  2. To safeguard the company's interests, a repellent was put in place to prevent potential hostile takeovers.
  3. The company's use of a repellent successfully hindered the hostile takeover attempts.

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