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code of conductnoun [C]

a set of ​rules about how to ​behave and do ​business with other ​people: The ​pharmaceutical industry's ​voluntarycode of ​conduct says ​doctors may not be given ​gifts in ​exchange for an ​agreement to prescribe a ​product.
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