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strategic partnershipnoun [C or U]

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an ​arrangement between two ​companies or ​organizations to ​help each other or ​work together, to make it easier for each of them to ​achieve the things they want to ​achieve: A way of ​breaking into the ​market would be to form a ​strategicpartnership with a large ​player that is already ​successful in the ​sector.
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