treaty

treaty
noun
1. (agreement) 
In their haste to sign the treaty, they failed to realize that there was no clause prohibiting the use of nuclear weapons.En su apuro por firmar el tratado, no se dieron cuenta de que no había ninguna cláusula que prohibiera el uso de armas nucleares.
b. el pacto (M) (between individuals) 
The two prime ministers signed a treaty ensuring that they would not go to war with each other.Los dos primeros ministros firmaron un pacto para garantizar que no entrarían en guerra entre ellos.
The bilateral investment treaty allowed him to invest in companies abroad.El acuerdo de inversión bilateral le permitió invertir en empresas en el extranjero.
treaty
Noun
1. (international) 
a. el tratado (M) 
2. (between individuals) 
a. el pacto (M) 
treaty [ˈtriːtɪ]
noun
tratado (m)
Treaty of Accession (to EC) Tratado (m) de Adhesión; Treaty of Rome Tratado (m) de Roma; Treaty of Utrecht Tratado (m) de Utrecht
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