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all-party
American English: /ˈɔl ˈˌpɑrdi/

adjective

  • (before noun) (Politics)an all-party committee
    una comisión integrada por miembros de todos los partidos
    an all-party agreement
    un acuerdo entre todos los partidos
    Example sentences
    • He will win all-party support at Westminster for doing so.
    • No sooner was it reported that Labour might endorse such a measure in the election than the possibility of all-party support was being seriously discussed in Westminster.
    • It's quite clear from debates in both the Commons and the Lords that there's all-party support for action and that's reflecting the views of the travelling public.

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