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cross-license

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Definition of cross-license in English:

verb

[with object]
Give one party a licence to use (patented or copyright material) in return for a similar licence: the two companies have agreed to cross-license their intellectual property
More example sentences
  • Instead, the two companies have agreed to cross-license their intellectual property.
  • Additionally, a 10-year cross licensing agreement for patents was signed.
  • The duo are to cross-license their technology for five years.

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