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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “provision”

provision

noun [C] (LAW)
法律
 
 
/prəˈvɪʒ.ən/
a statement within an agreement or a law that a particular thing must happen or be done, especially before another can happen or be done
規定,條款
We have inserted certain provisions into the treaty to safeguard foreign workers.
我們在條約中增添了一些條款以保護外籍勞工。
[+ that] She accepted the job with the provision that she would be paid expenses for relocating.
她接受了這份工作,條件是要給安家費。
Rules and laws
(Definition of provision noun (LAW) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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