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Significado de “third party” - Diccionario Inglés

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third partynoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   specialized
a third ​person or ​organization less ​directlyinvolved in a ​matter than the ​mainpeople or ​organizations that are ​involved
(Definition of third party from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "third party" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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third partynoun [C]

 us   /ˈθɜrd ˈpɑr·ti/

third party noun [C] (POLITICAL GROUP)

social studies any ​political party (= ​organization to get ​peopleelected) that is not as ​big or as ​influential as the two ​mainparties

third party noun [C] (PERSON)

a ​person who is not one of the two ​mainpeopleinvolved in an ​argument or ​legalcase
(Definition of third party from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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third partynoun [C, usually singular]

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LAW a third ​person or ​organization less directly involved in an ​activity or in a ​legalcase than the ​mainpeople or ​organizations that are involved: 30% of the ​units that we ​sell are actually ​sold by third ​parties. Shareholders may ​authorize a third ​party, such as a ​bank or ​employer, to make ​investments directly to their Fund ​accounts. In road accident ​cases, the ​plaintiff can ​bring a third ​party in as a second ​defendant.
INSURANCE in an ​insurancecontract, a ​person who is not the ​insurancecompany or the ​insuredperson, but who will receive ​money if they suffer ​loss or ​damage caused by the ​insuredperson: The policyholder is ​covered if they cause ​injury or ​damage to a third ​party.

third-partyadjective [before noun]

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LAW connected with a third ​person or ​organization less directly involved in an ​activity or in a ​legalcase than the ​mainpeople or ​organizations that are involved: third-party commissions/proceedings/suppliers There has been a ​higherconcentration of ​sales in ​foreignlocations that are ​subject to third-party ​commissions.
INSURANCE connected with ​insurance that will ​paymoney to a ​person who suffers ​loss or ​damage caused by the ​insuredperson: third-party ​claims/​insurance/​liability third-party ​cover/​damage
(Definition of third party from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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