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age of majority the age at which a person is granted by law the rights and responsibilities of an adult, such as liability under contract and the right to sue.
agreement a legally binding contract, compact, or covenant, or the document that represents it. [1/5 definitions]
amend to formally change by rephrasing, or to add to or subtract from (a legislative bill, a contract, a treaty, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
amendment an addition to, change to, or deletion from a document such as a legislative bill or contract. [1/3 definitions]
annuity a regular annual income paid at fixed intervals and produced by money invested or by an insurance contract. [1/2 definitions]
astringent a cosmetic aid, used after washing the face to contract the pores. [1/4 definitions]
auction bridge a version of bridge in which players bid for the right to specify which suit will be trump, any extra tricks won beyond the contract being scored toward a game.
bonus a donation or payment in excess of what is required, usu. as a reward for exceeding the terms of a contract. [1/3 definitions]
catch to contract, as an illness. [1/18 definitions]
charter a commercial contract to hire a vehicle such as a ship, bus, or airplane for the use of a group or individual. [2/7 definitions]
closed shop a factory or business that agrees, through a contract with a labor union, to employ only members of that union. [1/2 definitions]
compact2 an agreement or contract; pact.
concord a treaty, pact, or contract embodying an agreement. [1/3 definitions]
concordat a formal agreement or contract, as between the pope and a government, concerning the regulation of church affairs.
contract to make a formal agreement or contract. [1/8 definitions]
contract bridge a form of bridge in which only the number of tricks named in the contract may count toward a game, the excess tricks counting as a bonus score. (Cf. auction bridge.)
contractile able to contract or cause contraction.
contractor one who agrees by contract to do specified work or to supply goods at a certain price. [1/2 definitions]
contractual of, relating to, or specified in a contract.
cost-plus of or relating to an agreement or contract on the basis of cost-plus. [1/2 definitions]
countersign to add an additional signature to in order to attest to authenticity or to guarantee the conditions of (a contract). [1/4 definitions]