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Definition of pre-agreed in English:

adjective

Discussed and agreed in advance: you have the right to sell your stock at a pre-agreed price
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  • The partnership leases the turbines to the operator of the wind farm for a pre-agreed period of time, usually seven years.
  • In many cases, their involvement is limited to endorsing pre-agreed EU policies, without having a real chance to influence them.
  • Alternatively, prior to the pre-agreed date for sale of the warrant, you can trade the warrant itself on the stock market.

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