Significado de “third party” - Diccionario inglés

third party en inglés británico

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third partynoun [ C usually singular ]

uk /ˌθɜːd ˈpɑː.ti/ us /ˌθɝːd ˈpɑːr.t̬i/ specialized

a third person or organization less directly involved in a matter than the main people or organizations that are involved

(Definición de third party de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

third party en 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 people elected) that is not as big or as influential as the two main parties

third party noun [ C ] (PERSON)

a person who is not one of the two main people involved in an argument or legal case

(Definición de third party de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

third party en inglés de negocios

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third partynoun [ C, usually singular ]

uk us

LAW a third person or organization less directly involved in an activity or in a legal case than the main people 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 insurance contract, a person who is not the insurance company or the insured person, but who will receive money if they suffer loss or damage caused by the insured person:

The policyholder is covered if they cause injury or damage to a third party.

third-partyadjective [ before noun ]

uk us

LAW connected with a third person or organization less directly involved in an activity or in a legal case than the main people or organizations that are involved:

third-party commissions/proceedings/suppliers There has been a higher concentration of sales in foreign locations that are subject to third-party commissions.

INSURANCE connected with insurance that will pay money to a person who suffers loss or damage caused by the insured person:

third-party cover/damage

(Definición de third party de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)