Treaty

Word TREATY
Character 6
Hyphenation trea ty
Pronunciations /ˈtɹiːti/

Definitions and meanings of "Treaty"

What do we mean by treaty?

A formal written agreement between two or more nations. noun

The document in which such an agreement is set down. noun

Negotiation for the purpose of reaching an agreement. noun

A contract or agreement. noun

An entreaty. noun

A discourse; account; document; treatise. noun

The act of treating or handling; conduct; management; treatment; negotiation; discussion; diplomacy. noun

An agreement; a compact; specifically, a league or contract between two or more nations or sovereigns, in modern usage formally signed by commissioners properly authorized, and solemnly ratified by the several sovereigns or the supreme power of each state. noun

An entreaty. noun

The act of treating for the adjustment of differences, as for forming an agreement; negotiation. noun

An agreement so made; specifically, an agreement, league, or contract between two or more nations or sovereigns, formally signed by commissioners properly authorized, and solemnly ratified by the several sovereigns, or the supreme power of each state; an agreement between two or more independent states noun

A proposal tending to an agreement. noun

A treatise; a tract. noun

A binding agreement under international law concluded by subjects of international law, namely states and international organizations. noun

A written agreement between two states or sovereigns noun

A binding agreement concluded by subjects of international law, namely states and international organizations.

A formal agreement between two or more states.

Any item or event that causes joy for the beholder. Like a "treat" that a small child would receive only much better. Urban Dictionary

Was an excuse for every country to take the piss out of Germany and to put an end to World War One. The treaty set certain requirements that Germany had to agree on and accomplish which were completely unfair to Germany but made sure Germany had no real choice but to agree. Germany got fucked over. Urban Dictionary

Natives of The State of Michigan, regardless of academic, athletic or corporate affiliation, must support all teams and organizations that are based in Michigan when pitted against those from outside of The Big Mitten. Urban Dictionary

Treaty negotiated by the pope in 1494 to resolve the territorial claims of Spain and Portugal. Urban Dictionary

When WW1 was over basically all the countries picked on Germany and made them sign the Treaty Of Versailles, making them take blame for the war. If they didn't sign it they threatened to send the Allies to invade their country. The Germans felt this was rude because they didn't think the cause of the war was just their fault. So they got screwed over pretty badly along with being badly in debt (especially to France). - They lost colonies to other countries. - Their military army shrunk to 100,000 men, no air force and only 6 battleships. - They weren't allowed to join with german speaking Austria. - They had to pay off a lot of debt (later fixed at £6600million), this included paying off with goods, such as letting the French mine coal in the Saarland. - They weren't allowed to station troops in the Rhineland either. Basically after WW1 no one liked them and they all decided to pick on them and make them pay for the war, even though they had no money. Urban Dictionary

When an angry skeezer is hating heavy and causing trouble and not opposing civility the problem is resolved by a mere blowjob Urban Dictionary

An agreement from the British to evacuate the posts in the West. They also promised to compensate American shipowners for seizures in the West Indies and to open up their colonies in Asia to American Ships. However the British did not concede to American demands that the rights of neutrals on the high seas be respected. As well John Jay committed the United States to paying pre-Revolutionary debts still owed to British merchants. Although Jay might have driven a hard bargain, this was a valuable treaty for the United States but also a humiliating one. Most of what the United States gained already legally belonged to it, and the treaty sacrificed principals of importance to a nation dependent on foreign trade. Urban Dictionary

Almost the same as a Beer Truce, but in this case you give up drinking for an undetermined amount of time. No matter how much alcohol is left, you are either too drunk or too smart to take another drink. Urban Dictionary

A gift treaty is an agreement that you make with your friends, family members, girlfriend, boyfriend, husband or wife that declares you will not exchange gifts on holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, etc. Urban Dictionary

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty - Agreement Signed in Moscow in 1972 between the former Soviet Union and The United States, in which both parties agreed that each may have only two ABM deployment areas, so restricted and so located that they cannot provide a nationwide ABM defense or become the basis for developing one. This Treaty effectively reduced the the vast nuclear weapons capabilities of both nations and helped usher in a new era of non-proliferation. However in 2001, President Bush announced that he would withdrawal from this treaty, essentially slapping the global community, and one of America's biggest allies (Russia) in the face, and possibly launching America into a new cold war. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Treaty

The word "treaty" in example sentences

After flaring the opinion they had formerly cxprefled, that although the British government did not feel itfelf at liberty to relinquilh formally by treaty, its claim to fearch our mer - chant veflels foHJritilh feamen, its praflice would neverthelefs be eflentially, if not completely abandoned, they obferve — 11 That opinion has fince been confirmed by frequent confer - ences on the fubjed with the Britifh commiilioners, who have repeatedly affured as that in their judgment, we were made as feciire againft the exercife of their pretention by the policy their government Imd adopted, in regard to that very delicate and important queftion, as we could have been made by treaty* ❋ Unknown (1812)

"As to Mr Oswald's offer to make an acknowledgment of our independence the first article of our treaty, and your Excellency's remark, that it is sufficient, and that _we are not to expect the effect before the cause_, permit us to observe, that by the _cause_, we suppose, is intended the _treaty_, and by the _effect_, an acknowledgment of our independence. ❋ Jared Sparks (1827)

If a treaty is a more grave thing (since it can entangle the country with European machinations) it stands to reason that ratifying should be subject to a large supermajority. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Signing a treaty is an international procedure, ratification is national. ❋ Unknown (2010)

This treaty is an intelligent, appropriate and moves humanity in the right direction. ❋ Unknown (2010)

What this treaty is attempting to do is to reduce the stockpiles of nukes that are not in silos and heavily protected, you know the ones laying around that make them targets of terrorists to try and steal and use against both our nations. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The SPLM joined the government of national unity after a 2005 peace deal ended two decades of civil war, but they walked out in October protesting what they described as treaty violations by the government and only rejoined in December amid fears that the civil war would re-ignite. ❋ Unknown (2008)

However, I cannot agree with the assessment that the treaty is anti-US, at all. ❋ Unknown (2004)

The document seemed long, and in fact, as I understood it, there were three documents -- one which they called the treaty, and two others they called "conventions." ❋ Mary Dillon (N/A)

European Union leaders met yesterday and European Union Council president Herman Van Rompuy said in a statement after the meeting that 25 out of 27 member states approved a fiscal compact for the region which he described as a "treaty on stability and convergence". ❋ Unknown (2012)

Eight affected banks, some of which said they would report losses in part because of the scheme, sent a letter to the EU commissioner in charge of regulating finance in mid-November, calling the plan a "blatant violation" of their rights and asking the EU Commission to support them in fighting what they called "treaty violations by Hungary." ❋ Unknown (2011)

The first article of the treaty is an oath of fidelity and obedience to Innocent the Sixth and his successors, the supreme pontiffs of the Roman and Catholic church. ❋ Unknown (1206)

I mean, it seems like it would be a terrifically complicated thing to do, and then even if some kind of treaty is passed, they'll treat it just like they do treaties now, where they violate them if it's in their interest. ❋ Unknown (2010)

I don't criticize the Labour Government at all -- I am an Independent with rather leftish leanings -- but I don't think the Dunkirk kind of treaty is good enough. ❋ Unknown (1948)

"Hey would you be able to grab me a [coke] treaty while you are at [the store]?" "My girlfriend gave me a nice blowjob treaty last night in bed" "Hey Dave, do you have any decent treaties this week? I'll grab [a ten] pack if you do" ❋ Captain Treaty (2012)

[Germany]: this "Treaty of Versailles" completely sucks! Everyone: [haha] your [so fucked]! ❋ Steele Blaze (2009)

1) Fans and alumni of the University of Michigan must support Michigan State University when the Spartans play [the Ohio State Buckeyes], per provisions of "The Homeslice Treaty." Likewise when the Wolverines play Ohio State. 2) Per "The Homeslice Treaty", [Central Michigan] Chippewa fans must pull for the Eastern Michigan Eagles when EMU plays Toledo. 3) According to "The Homeslice Treaty" no Michigan native should own any motor vehicle that is not produced by a division currently under control of Detroit's [Big Three] automakers (General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Chrysler). ❋ LeighRay (2013)

The Portuguese [colonized] Brazil under the terms of the Treaty of Tordesillas, a 1494 agreement dividing the Americas between [Spain] and [Portugal]. ❋ HistoryNerd94 (2012)

Germany: This [treaty of versailles] is so unfair. It wasn't all our fault. France, [Belgian], America, [Britian], Italy....: hahhhhahahahahahhahahahhahahahhahahahahahhahaha. ❋ Simmorhi (2011)

Man that girl was causing [problems] Im [glad] the peace treaty was [signed] ❋ EGod (2006)

Jay's Treaty An agreement from the British to evacuate the posts in the West. They also promised to compensate American shipowners for seizures in the West Indies and to open up their colonies in Asia to American Ships. However the British did not concede to American demands that the rights of [neutrals] on the high seas be respected. As well John Jay committed the United States to paying pre-Revolutionary debts still owed to British merchants. Although Jay might have driven a [hard bargain], this was a valuable treaty for the United States but also a humiliating one. Most of what the United States gained already legally belonged to it, and the treaty sacrificed principals of importance to a nation dependent on [foreign trade]. ❋ Awes Zaki (2011)

Dude, I call a [beer treaty]. I'm almost too fucked up to drive. Let's call a beer treaty 'cause Frank just passed out in the [driveway]. If we don't call a beer treaty I'm afraid I might fuck that [fat chick]. ❋ B. Real (2010)

"Once my brother and I started exchanging gift cards for 50 [bucks] on [holidays] we decided it was pointless so we [agreed] on a gift treaty." ❋ Rufusclay (2013)

Prime example of how the Bush Administration fails to grasp the importance of foreign relations, international treaties, and the concept of [geopolitics]. Fine demonstration of the arrogance and hypocrisy of the Bush team, in that they can demand disarmament from other nations, while they expand their missile program and further deteriorate America's credibility. See also [Kyoto] [Treaty] ❋ Preppyguy21 (2005)

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