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Definition of pact noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



pact (between A and B) pact (with somebody) (to do something)
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a formal agreement between two or more people, groups, or countries, especially one in which they agree to help each other a nonaggression pact They have made a pact with each other not to speak about their differences in public. a suicide pact (= an agreement by two or more people to kill themselves at the same time)
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