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English definition of “action group”

action group

noun [C]
 
 
a group of people that work together to try to achieve changes relating to a particular situation or in order to help a particular group of people: form/join/set up an action group Shareholders in Mistral have formed an action group after the company was placed into administration. a policyholder/shareholder/investor action group
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