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tripartite

adjective uk   /ˌtraɪˈpɑː.taɪt/ us    /-pɑːr.t̬aɪt/ formal
involving three people or organizations, or existing in three parts: The minister is to hold tripartite meetings with the oil and car industries to discuss ways of reducing pollution. A tripartite agreement brought together government, industry, and trade unions in an effort to reduce unemployment.
Translations of “tripartite”
in Chinese (Traditional) 涉及三方的, 包括三部分的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 涉及三方的, 包括三部分的…
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