- n.契约( contract的名词复数 ); 婚约; [法律]契约法; 行贿;
The auditor has questioned the legality of the contracts.
The law, your contracts, your public protect you, do they? How?
The company has 90 staff, almost all on short-term contracts.
We need to win a fair whack of the contracts.
The company is buffered by long-term contracts with growers.
Short-term contracts increase staff turnover.
In conversational English " is not " often contracts to " isn't ".
口头英语中is not 常缩写为 isn ‘ t.
Our contracts are currently under review.
Metal contracts as it becomes cool.
These black models are moving in on what was previously white territory: the lucrative cosmetic contracts.
The company's competitors complain that they are hemmed in by rigid legal contracts.
They insisted that a guaranteed supply of Chinese food was written into their contracts.
In international custom, a nation that unilaterally breaks contracts must make good the damage.
The employment outlook for the next year is based in part on contracts signed this year.
There's a popular supposition that we're publicly funded but the bulk of our money comes from competitive contracts.
largely rely on marriage contracts
Industrial scientists tend to receive training that academics do not, such as how to build a multidisciplinary team, manage budgets and negotiate contracts.
Those service contracts include unlimited data use.
We have to accept them; otherwise, we don't get the contracts.
How did the man get the contracts
Other organisations such as banks ask customers to sign long contracts they may not read or understand, but Miller believes social media requires special attention because it is so new.
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The language in their contracts is usually harder to understand.
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