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terms of engagementnoun [plural]

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HR, WORKPLACE the ​conditions that someone must ​agree to before they can be ​employed by an ​organization: Make sure the ​terms of ​engagement are ​clear with the ​volunteer.
the ​rules that ​people or ​organizations must ​follow when they ​deal with each other: Their ​mission is to write new ​terms of ​engagement between the UN and the World Bank.
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