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treaty
American English: /ˈtridi/
British English: /ˈtriːti/

Translation of treaty in Spanish:

noun plural -ties

  • 1.1 (Politics) trade/peace treaty
    tratado comercial/de paz
    to enter into a treaty
    suscribir un tratado
    the Treaty of Rome
    el Tratado de Roma
    Example sentences
    • The prince represents Monaco in its foreign relations and signs and ratifies treaties.
    • The treaty is very clear; the treaty must be ratified by the last day of December next year.
    • This is an International treaty ratified by all the people on this island and there is no other show in town.
    1.2 (British English) (agreement) See examples:to sell something by private treaty
    vender algo mediante acuerdo privado

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