treaty

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From Middle English trety, tretee, from Old French traitié, traieté, from Latin tractatus, from tracto.

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treaty (plural treaties)

  1. (international law) A binding agreement concluded by subjects of international law, namely states and international organizations.
    sign a peace treaty
    write up a treaty touching climate change
  2. A formal agreement between two or more states.

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