Definition of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in English:

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Line breaks: Or¦gan|iza|tion for Eco|nom¦ic Co|oper|ation and De¦vel¦op|ment
(abbreviation: OECD)
An organization formed in 1961 to assist the economy of its member nations and to promote world trade. Its members include the industrialized countries of western Europe together with Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and the US. Its headquarters are in Paris.

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Pronunciation: kənˈspikyo͞oəs
adjective
standing out so as to be clearly visible