- 1.1 (contract) pacto (masculine), cláusula (feminine) 1.2 (financial agreement) (British English/inglés británico) [ acuerdo para el pago de cantidades regulares de dinero a una organización benéfica ]More example sentences1.3 [Bible] alianza (feminine)
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- The release was in consideration of ‘payments and covenants herein’.
- Meaning of the fundamental covenants and treaties were adopted by Australian governments decades ago.
- They can check if any deeds or covenants exist on neighbouring plots, which may restrict site access.
- The New Covenant permits Gentile Christians to be included in the covenant with Abraham.
- It is God, because He is faithful to His covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, who has preserved the Jews.
- He made a covenant with Abraham to be God to him and to his descendants after him.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [Law/Derecho][ comprometerse a pagar firmando uncovenant1 2 ]More example sentences
- In order to qualify for relief, there must be a legal obligation to covenant the sum of money for a period in excess of six years.
- An acquaintance has said that it is possible to covenant money to your children.
- Any money it makes it covenants back to the charity - last year this was £159,000.