Definition of antitrust in English:

antitrust

Syllabification: an·ti·trust
Pronunciation: /ˌantēˈtrəst, ˌantī-
 
/

adjective

[attributive]
Of or relating to legislation preventing or controlling trusts or other monopolies, with the intention of promoting competition in business.
More example sentences
  • This was the first inter-state trust, which stimulated antitrust legislation.
  • They enforced the then recent antitrust legislation which had been allowed to lay idle.
  • Initially, the antitrust law provisions were inserted into the Treaty in view of their role in the process of market integration.

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