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political action committeenoun [C]

us   /pəˈlɪt̬·ɪ·kəl ˈæk·ʃən kəˌmɪt·i̬/ abbreviation PAC
an organization that gives money and support to politicians in order to influence them
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political action committeenoun [C]

/pəˌlɪt.ɪ.kəl ˈæk.ʃən kəˌmɪt.i/ us   /pəˌlɪt̬.ə.kəl ˈæk.ʃən kəˌmɪt̬.i/ abbreviation PAC
an organization that gives money and support to politicians in order to influence them
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political action committeenoun [C]

uk   us  
POLITICS →  PAC
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