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restrictive practice

noun [C] uk   us   UK specialized
in industry or business, an action that limits the freedom of workers or employers: Management accused the union of restrictive practices.
Translations of “restrictive practice”
in Chinese (Traditional) (對工人或僱主的)排他限制,限制競爭的行為…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对工人或雇主的)排他限制,限制竞争的行为…
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