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pact

noun [C] uk   us   /pækt/
C2 a formal agreement between two people or groups of people: The United States and Canada have signed a free-trade pact. [+ to infinitive] The Liberal Democrats may form a pact with Labour to try to beat the Conservatives in the next election.
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Translations of “pact”
in Arabic ميثاق…
in Korean 조약…
in Malaysian pakatan…
in French pacte…
in Turkish antlaşma, pakt…
in Italian patto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 契約, 條約, 協定…
in Russian договор, пакт…
in Polish pakt, układ…
in Vietnamese hiệp ước…
in Spanish pacto…
in Portuguese pacto…
in Thai สัญญา…
in German der Pakt…
in Catalan pacte…
in Japanese 契約, 協定…
in Indonesian pakta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 契约, 条约, 协定…
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