to contract out
- refuse to pay a levy to a union for political use
- The business contract ran out last month.
- We were forced to back out of a contract due to the earthquake.
- The contract is in the bag, so let's go out and celebrate.
- Prospective buyers couldn't make heads or tails out of the contract.
- Their contract is to run out at the end of this month.
- It will contract this task out to other entities.
- The contract is substantially out-of-the-money.
- The technical specifications as defined in point 1 of Annex III shall be set out in the contract documentation (contract notices, contract documents, descriptive documents or supporting documents).
- The contract was originally signed on 26 June 1991. The contract is substantially out-of-the-money.
- The Commission shall ensure that the delegation agreement or service contract sets out:’;
- Usually no actual delivery takes place; the contract is normally closed out before the agreed maturity.
- The Commission shall ensure that the delegation agreement or service contract sets out:
- The inventory shall be carried out on stocks which are subject to a storage contract.’
- ‘contract’ shall mean any type of contract for the supply of goods and materials; for the carrying out of work; mixed (i.e. supply and works) contracts;
- The ECB shall award the contract to the tenderer who best meets the award criteria set out in the contract notice/invitation to tender.