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Contract — synonyms, contract antonyms, definition
1. contract (a)
amateur free-lance mercenary unattached
2. contract (Noun)
acknowledgment admission agree on agreement amenability answerability arrangement assent bail bargain bond burden carte charter code compact concession conclusion concord concordat • • •
contract (Noun) — A binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law.
contract (Noun) — (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make.
contract (Noun) — A variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid.
4 types of
bid bidding bridge written agreement
acquisition agreement adhesion contract aleatory contract articles of agreement bilateral contract charter collective agreement concession conditional contract contract of adhesion contract of hazard contract under seal cost-plus contract distribution agreement employment agreement employment contract gambling contract grant indenture insurance • • •
arbitration clause boilerplate fine print reserve clause small print
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14 on topics
article broken clause handclasp handshake handshaking kept loophole renegotiate shake subscribed terminated unbroken unkept
3. contract (Verb)
abate abbreviate abridge agree agree on allot arrange assent attenuate bargain bate bind break out with brief catch centralise centralize centre charter come down with • • •
contract (Verb) — Enter into a contractual arrangement.
contract (Verb) — Engage by written agreement.
ex. "They contracted two new pitchers for the next season"
contract (Verb) — Bring together or compress.
ex. "the spasm contracted the muscle"
contract (Verb) — Be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness.
ex. "She contracted a chill"
contract (Verb) — Become smaller or draw together.
ex. "The fabric contracted"
contract (Verb) — Make smaller.
ex. "The heat contracted the woollen garment"
contract (Verb) — Compress or concentrate.
ex. "Congress contracted the three-year plan into a six-month plan"
contract (Verb) — Make or become more narrow or restricted.
ex. "The selection was contracted"
contract (Verb) — Reduce in scope while retaining essential elements.
ex. "The manuscript must be contracted"
18 types of
alter assure change come down decrease diminish employ engage fall hire lessen minify modify promise reduce shrink sicken tighten
astringe bear down bottleneck bowdlerise bowdlerize castrate catch charter choke concentrate condense condition contract out convulse digest distil distill expurgate flex fret • • •