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decree absolute

noun [S] uk   us   specialized
the final stage of a divorce (= a legal agreement to end a marriage), when people become free to marry again
Translations of “decree absolute”
in Chinese (Traditional) (協議離婚的)最終判決…
in Chinese (Simplified) (协议离婚的)最终判决…
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