Meaning of “indentured” in the English Dictionary

"indentured" in Business English

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uk /ɪnˈdentʃəd/ us

relating to an official agreement that someone will work for someone else for a length of time, especially in order to learn a job:

relating to an agreement in which someone works for someone else until they have paid back a debt, especially in the past when poor people worked for someone in another country in return for being taken to that country:

indentured labourers/servants/workers

(Definition of “indentured” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)