Traducción de pact en Español:


pacto, n.

Pronunciación /pakt//pækt/


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    (formal agreement)
    pacto masculino
    (in politics, workplace) pacto masculino
    (in politics, workplace) convenio masculino
    non-aggression pact pacto de no agresión
    • to make a pact with sb pactar con algn
    • he made a pact with the devil hizo un pacto con el diablo
    • But formal pacts are much rarer in by-election campaigns.
    • The pact provided for a disarmament process to be supervised by regional peace monitors.
    • But how did that fit in with the political pacts that were being elaborated in Ceylon?
    • The main obstacle for all of the nationalist parties remains the preamble to the current pact.
    • In this instance, private organizations negotiated and signed pacts on behalf of the governments of both sides, the report said.
    • The meeting was the first since the creation of the pact to be attended by the head of the government.
    • They should not have interrupted the Assembly's business as it dealt with the trade pact.
    • Traditionally, the Congress has eschewed formal, pre-poll pacts.
    • But it also includes a push for tougher enforcement of trade pacts, including an assault on dumping and export subsidies.
    • Besides, global trade pacts enjoin member states to bring down tariff walls.
    • The main focus of these proposals is eradication pacts with community or individual growers.
    • The idea of union pacts and solidarity arrangements between unions is an idea as old as the union movement itself.
    • It was more than just a pact of convenience over elections or some specific campaign.
    • Oblivious, the party bosses clung on, negotiating pacts and deals, blocking any new ideas or initiatives.
    • There are no recognized oaths, contracts, or pacts that apply to friends, as there are for family members.
    • If free trade were the only purpose of these trade pacts, the agreements could be written on a few sheets of paper.
    • For the time being at least, all three leaders ruled out any kind of formal political pacts and said there would have to be greater discussion between the parties.
    • Parties form little pacts to suit themselves - pacts of convenience.
    • All constitutional parties opposed to the pact were unionist, and they had no such difficulty in uniting.
    • Union officials justified the pacts on the ground that the alternative was the elimination of the entire union contract.