Traducción de treaty en Español:


tratado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtridi//ˈtriːti/

nombrePlural treaties

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    tratado masculino
    trade/peace treaty tratado comercial/de paz
    • to enter into a treaty suscribir un tratado
    • the Treaty of Rome el Tratado de Roma
    • So I asked Justice Kirby his view about international human rights covenants and treaties.
    • Would we not have to look to the treaty or convention upon which the legislation is based?
    • At that time there was no extradition treaty between this country and Bulgaria.
    • The treaty is very clear; the treaty must be ratified by the last day of December next year.
    • On this basis, therefore, I propose that you should agree to give treaties precedence over later statutes.
    • Germany, which has ratified the treaty in parliament, also wants to see it survive.
    • There religious rights continued to be governed by international law, the treaty of Westphalia.
    • This is an International treaty ratified by all the people on this island and there is no other show in town.
    • Technically, as all 25 member states must ratify the treaty for it to take effect, it is dead.
    • The two leaders agreed in September to continue efforts to conclude the treaty by the end of the year.
    • The same is true of treaties and other international agreements, and it is only fair.
    • The prince represents Monaco in its foreign relations and signs and ratifies treaties.
    • The biggest nightmare of parties to these treaties is that a treaty partner will sign up but cheat.
    • He's already promised to hold a referendum on the treaty if his party is elected.
    • He left the rich countries free to strike individual treaties with their weaker trading partners.
    • Doing so would smash parliament's claim to ratify or reject treaties.
    • The terms of the treaty are presumed to have the same meaning in each authentic text.
    • Now, the Convention on the Rights of the Child is a treaty that Australia is a party to.
    • We have also mentioned a number of treaties providing for grounds of jurisdiction over international crimes.
    • It is not the treaty but the statute which forms part of English law.
  • 2Britanico

    to sell sth by private treaty vender algo mediante acuerdo privado