trucenoun [ C ]uk /truːs/ us /truːs/
Following last month's riots, two of the city's biggest gangs have finally declared a truce, ending years of bloodshed.
(Definition of “truce” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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a special place in the road in the UK, with a set of lights at the opposite side of the road and a device that people can press to make the red light show and the traffic stop, allowing them to cross