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bilateral

adjective
 
 
/baɪˈlætərəl/
involving or affecting two different organizations, countries, etc.: Futures contracts are bilateral agreements, with both the purchaser and the seller equally obligated to complete the transaction. Mexico already has bilateral trade agreements with Colombia, Venezuela, and Costa Rica.
bilaterally /ˌbaɪˈlætərəli/ US   /-ˈlæṱɚ-/ adverb
Translations of “bilateral”
in Vietnamese song phương…
in Spanish bilateral…
in Thai ทั้งสองด้าน…
in Malaysian dua hala…
in French bilatéral…
in German beiderseitig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雙邊的,雙方的…
in Indonesian dua pihak…
in Russian двусторонний…
in Turkish ikili, iki taraflı, iki kişi veya ülkeyi içeren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双边的,双方的…
in Polish dwustronny, bilateralny…
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