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demarcation disputenoun [C]

US also demarkation dispute uk   us  
HR a disagreement about the types of work that can be done by the members of particular trade unions: The Confederation of Danish Trade Unions issued proposals to resolve demarcation disputes among its member unions.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 分工纠纷,分工争议…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分工糾紛,分工爭議…
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