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French-English translation for: abatement clause
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NOUN   an abatement clause | abatement clauses
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dr. clause {f} de non-responsabilitédisclaimer (clause)
fin. abattement {m}abatement
clause {f}clause
ling. Unverified proposition {f}clause [part of a sentence]
ling. proposition {f} indépendanteindependent clause
ling. proposition {f} relativerelative clause
 
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