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Traducción en chino (simplificado) de “contract”

contract

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɒn.trækt/ US  /ˈkɑːn-/
a legal document that states and explains a formal agreement between two different people or groups, or the agreement itself
合同;契约
a contract of employment
雇用合同
a temporary/building contract
临时/建筑合同
They could take legal action against you if you break (the terms of) the contract.
如果你违反合同(条款),他们可以起诉你。
My solicitor is drawing up (= writing) a contract.
我的律师正在起草一份合同。
Don't sign/enter into any contract before examining its conditions carefully.
没有仔细核查合同条款,不要签定任何合同。
[+ to infinitive] They're the firm of architects who won the contract to design the National Museum extension.
他们就是赢得国家博物馆扩建工程设计合同的那家建筑公司。
Official documents
be under contract to have formally agreed to work for a company or person on a stated job for a stated period of time
签订合同(为某公司或某人工作);有合同约束
Employment status and types of work
(Definition of contract noun from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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