white paper

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white paper (plural white papers)

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see white,‎ paper.
  2. (management, marketing) A factual write-up of something, specifically devoid of the appearance of marketing.
  3. (Britain, Ireland, European Union, government, politics) A parliamentary document announcing government policy.
  4. (European Union) A document published by the European Commission that contains proposals for European Union action in a specific area.


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