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treatynoun [C]

uk   /ˈtriː.ti/  us   /-t̬i/
C2 a written agreement between two or more countries, formally approved and signed by their leaders: a peace treaty the treaty on European union [+ to infinitive] We've signed/concluded a treaty with neighbouring states to limit emissions of harmful gases.
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in Arabic مُعاهَدة…
in Korean 조약…
in Malaysian perjanjian…
in French traité…
in Turkish antlaşma, muahede…
in Italian trattato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 條約, 協定…
in Russian соглашение, договор…
in Polish traktat…
in Vietnamese hiệp ước…
in Spanish tratado…
in Portuguese tratado…
in Thai สนธิสัญญา…
in German der Vertrag…
in Catalan tractat…
in Japanese (国家間の)条約, 協定…
in Indonesian persetujuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 条约, 协定…
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