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  • form an alliance — create a union; unite …   English contemporary dictionary

  • contract an alliance — form an alliance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • contract an alliance — formal phrase to agree formally to form a close relationship with another country or organization The Labour Party contracted an alliance with the Liberal Democrats. Thesaurus: international agreementshyponym Main entry: contract …   Useful english dictionary

  • contract an alliance — formal to agree formally to form a close relationship with another country or organization The Labour Party contracted an alliance with the Liberal Democrats …   English dictionary

  • alliance — al‧li‧ance [əˈlaɪəns] noun [countable] COMMERCE 1. an agreement between two or more organizations to work together: • The two insurance companies agreed to form an alliance. alliance between • an alliance between the two media groups …   Financial and business terms

  • Alliance for Sweden — ( sv. Allians för Sverige) is a political alliance in Sweden. It consists of the four centre right parties in the Riksdag. Although it was formed while in opposition, it achieved a majority in the general election of 17 September 2006, forming… …   Wikipedia

  • alliance — n. 1) to enter into, form an alliance 2) to dissolve an alliance 3) a defense; military; political; unholy alliance 4) an alliance against; between; with (to form an alliance with one s neighbors against the common enemy) 5) an alliance to + inf …   Combinatory dictionary

  • form — ▪ I. form form 1 [fɔːm ǁ fɔːrm] noun [countable] an official document with spaces to answer questions and add information: • a Medicare Benefits form • We need to receive your application form by July 31. • There was no delivery address on the… …   Financial and business terms

  • alliance — noun (C) 1 an arrangement in which two or more countries, groups etc agree to work together in order to try to change or achieve something (+ between): The alliance between students and factory workers in the 1960s (+ with): Britain s military… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • alliance — [[t]əla͟ɪ͟əns[/t]] ♦♦♦ alliances 1) N COUNT An alliance is a group of countries or political parties that are formally united and working together because they have similar aims. The two parties were still too much apart to form an alliance. Syn …   English dictionary

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