Definition of European Economic Community in English :

Define European Economic Community in English

European Economic Community meaning in English

Meaning of European Economic Community in English

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European Economic Community pronunciation in English

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European Economic Community

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Noun

1. common market, ec, eec, eu, europe, european community, european economic community, european union

an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members

Example Sentences:
'he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union'

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European Economic Community

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noun
the former W European economic association created by the Treaty of Rome in 1957; in 1967 its executive and legislative bodies merged with those of the European Coal and Steel Community and the European Atomic Energy Community to form the European Community (now part of the European Union)
. Informal name: Common Market. Abbreviation: EEC

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European Economic Community

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an organization of European nations, created in 1957, for advancing economic integration as by eliminating trade barriers

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European Economic Community

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Abbr. EEC
An economic organization established in 1957 to reduce tariff barriers and promote trade among the countries of Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, Italy, and West Germany. These countries became the original members of the European Community.

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