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  1. treaty

    • IPA[ˈtrēdē]

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    • n.
      a formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries
    • noun: treaty, plural noun: treaties

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    • 1. a formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries:

      the two Presidents signed a ten-year treaty of solidarity

    • n. the agreement for the sale of a property at a price negotiated directly between the vendor and purchaser or their agents.

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    • ph. a treaty on European economic and monetary union, agreed by the heads of government of the twelve member states of the European Community at a summit meeting in Maastricht in December 1991. Ratification was completed in October 1993.

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    • ph. a concordat signed in 1929 in the Lateran Palace between the kingdom of Italy (represented by Mussolini) and the Holy See (represented by Pope Pius XI), which recognized the papal state as fully sovereign and independent under the name Vatican City.

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    • n. a port bound by treaty to be open to foreign trade, especially in 19th- and early-20th-century China and Japan.

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    • n. activity associated with the submission, negotiation, and settlement of Maori land claims related to the Treaty of Waitangi:

    • the booming Treaty Industry was decried in the country's leading newspaper

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    • adj. of or relating to a North American Indian people not subject to a government treaty.

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    • n. a port bound by treaty to be open to foreign trade, especially in 19th and early 20th-century China and Japan.

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    • n. the agreement for the sale of a property at a price negotiated directly between the vendor and purchaser or their agents.

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    • IPA[ˈtriːti]

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    • n.
      a formally concluded and ratified agreement between states:
    • the two Presidents signed a ten-year treaty of solidarity

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  2. 知識+

    • treaty和bill和act的用法

      treaty A treaty is an express agreement under international law entered into...international organizations. 是國家間訂定的協議,如Versailles Treaty凡爾賽和約(第一次世界大戰和約)... bill & act A bill is a ...

    • toying with land treaties?

      vi. (不及物動詞 intransitive verb)1. 玩弄,戲耍[(+with)]She toyed with her pencil while she listened on the phone.她一邊聽電話,一邊耍鉛筆玩。2. 隨隨便便地對待;不很認真地考慮[(+with)]He toyed with the idea of writing a play.他想寫個劇本玩玩兒。3...

    • multilateral treaty

      還好這題只需要翻譯。 在甚麼情況下(如果有的話),多邊國際條約裡規範的權利與義務,對非諦約國亦具約束力? 嗯....真有這種情況嗎?Sherry版主順道幫大家解個惑吧! 2011-06-22 13:54:06 補充: 瞭解。這跟我從common sense來猜的有點像,不過因為沒唸過國際法,所以之前不敢...