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package dealnoun [C]

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COMMERCE the offer of a lower price if several things are bought together: Many small hotels offer accommodation and breakfast as a package deal. Companies that arrange weddings normally include a cake in the package deal, but you can't guarantee the quality.
an agreement that depends on several things being accepted together and not separately: The package deal under discussion will require every country to be flexible on its immigration laws.
(Definition of package deal from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “package deal”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一揽子交易,整批交易…
in Chinese (Traditional) 整批交易…
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