Translation of alliance in Spanish:

alliance

Pronunciation: /əˈlaɪəns/

n

  • alianza (f); (of political parties, countries) coalición (f), alianza (f) to enter into o form an alliance aliarse*, formar una alianza
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    • There is a new openness by unions today to building alliances with community-based organizations and churches.
    • They would also benefit from alliances with community groups and other unions in putting pressure on their employer.
    • The council and the chamber should further seek alliances with such organisations as the tourism association for new ideas.

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