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ground rules

noun [plural]
 
 
the rules on which a person or organization bases their behaviour: He says that one of his ground rules is to not look at businesses that are not yet making money.
Translations of “ground rules”
in Chinese (Traditional) 基本原則, 基本準則…
in Russian основные правила…
in Turkish temel esaslar, asıl ilkeler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 基本原则, 基本准则…
in Polish zasady…
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