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binder

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbaɪndər/
LAW a short document showing an agreement between a buyer and a seller, used for a short period while the complete document is being prepared: a binder agreement In the case of a real estate purchase, a binder contains the basic terms of the transaction. A binder will give insurance coverage for a specified period of time until the actual insurance policy can be issued. →  See also cover note
WORKPLACE a hard cover in which paper documents can be stored: Your report will look more professional if it is presented in an attractive binder. →  See also ring binder
Translations of “binder”
in Korean 바인더…
in Arabic حافِظة أوراق…
in Portuguese fichário…
in Catalan carpeta, arxivador…
in Japanese (紙などをとじる)バインダー…
in Italian raccoglitore ad anelli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 活頁夾, 裝訂工…
in Russian папка…
in Turkish klasör…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活页夹, 装订工…
in Polish segregator…
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