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Meaning of "pattern" - Business English Dictionary

pattern

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈpætən/ HR
used to describe an agreement based on similar agreements with other companies: a pattern agreement/contract The contract was viewed by bargainers as a pattern agreement to be used in negotiations with the car company. The traditional pattern bargaining that went on in the auto industry has gone.
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