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covenantnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈkʌv.ən.ənt/
a formal agreement or promise between two or more people: The contract contained a restrictive covenant against building on the land. UK specialized finance & economics a formal agreement to pay a fixed amount of money regularly, especially to a charity
covenant
verb [T] uk   us  
Five percent of our profits are covenanted to charity.
Translations of “covenant”
in Vietnamese thoả thuận…
in Spanish pacto, convenio, alianza…
in Thai ข้อตกลงร่วมกัน…
in Malaysian persetujuan…
in French engagement solennel…
in German der Vertrag…
in Chinese (Traditional) 盟約, 契約, 協定…
in Indonesian persetujuan…
in Russian договор, соглашение…
in Turkish mukavele, antlaşma, taahhütname…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盟约, 契约, 协定…
in Polish umowa…
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