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collective agreementnoun

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[C] a formal agreement between groups or people, especially an agreement reached by collective bargaining : Talks stalled earlier this year after they failed to reach a collective agreement.
[U] the process in which groups or people reach an agreement about something, especially by collective bargaining: The required reduction in the workforce was achieved by collective agreement.
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