ADJ. Project The draft agreement will be available two weeks before the meeting. | formal, written The agreement is legally binding. | informal, unspoken, verbal voluntary Final bilateral, international, multilateral, national Ceasefire, credit, leasing, peace, trade PREP. in one/the clause of the agreement Under the agreement, the farmer is not allowed to use this field. | Between an agreement between the company and the trade unions They signed two agreements to improve economic cooperation. | Under a trade agreement with China, co-locations are partially or totally firm expressions that are established through repeated uses depending on the context. Terms such as “crystalline,” “medium management,” “nuclear family” and “cosmetic surgery” are examples of pairs of words. There are about six main types of collocations: adjective – noun, nominated – name (z.B. collective noun), verb – nomads, adverbs – adjective, verbs – prepositionalphrases (verbs) and verb – adverb. This means that two other entities accept to some extent. They may not agree on everything or anything in particular, but there is a general and fundamental agreement. In Corpus linguistics, co-location is a set of words or terms that appear more often than would be expected by chance.

In phenomenology, colocation is a subtype of sentences. An example of phenological colocation, as by Michael Halliday proth̬que,[1] is the expression of strong tea. While the same meaning could be conveyed by the mighty tea roughly equivalent, this expression is considered by English speakers to be exaggerated and cumbersome. Conversely, a corresponding expression is preferred in technology, a powerful computer, compared to the powerful computer. Phenomenological colocations should not be confused with idioms in which the importance of an idiom is deduced from its convention as stand-in for something else, while colocation is a simple popular composition. VERB РCONTRACT have many workers do not have written contracts. | Tender for eighteen companies for the market. | (sb), give sb get, win The company lost the contract of a large London company. | You have managed to negotiate an indeterminate contract with the company. | Set up, write He entered into a contract with his former employer. | execute, execute the company that executes the construction contract. cancel, terminate, refuse (law), resign (law), cancel any party can terminate the contract at any time.

| subject to the offer, the contract is subject to contractual obligation (the contract is not legally binding before the contract is concluded). | Violation, violation, strike if you are on strike, you will violate the contract. | Implementation (law) Exchange (law) When a house is auctioned, the winning bidder must immediately exchange contracts and pay a down payment. Prep. in a/the – They put in the contract a clause stipulating that the work must be completed by next month. | he has a three-year fixed-term contract. | At this stage of her career, she was still under contract with one of the major Hollywood studios. | As part of her employment contract, Ms. Lee could not be required to work on another site. | Between the contract between the employer and the worker For you, you have won a contract for the supply of five combat aircraft. | Do you have a contract with your employer? Refers to something that the agreement should do or something that awaits it. This could relate to what he believes should be in the agreement if the agreement were to be finalized, among other things.

Refers to an agreement between a lender and someone who wants to borrow money.