Etymology
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treaty (n.)

late 14c., "treatment, discussion," from Anglo-French treté, Old French traitié "assembly, agreement, dealings," from Latin tractatus "discussion, handling, management," from tractare "to handle, manage" (see treat (v.)). Sense of "contract or league between nations or sovereigns" is first recorded early 15c.

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Definitions of treaty

treaty (n.)
a written agreement between two states or sovereigns;
Synonyms: pact / accord
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