bilateral reduction - перевод на русский
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bilateral reduction - перевод на русский

POLITICAL AND CULTURAL RELATIONS BETWEEN TWO STATES
Bilateralist; Bilateral diplomacy; Bi-lateral; Bilateral relations; Bilateral relation; Bilateral agreement; Bilateral relationship; Bilateral diplomatic relations; Bilateral meeting

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ORTHOPAEDIC SURGICAL PROCEDURE
Bone reduction; Fracture reduction; Reduction of fracture; Closed reduction of fracture; Open reduction of fracture; Reponated; Reponate; Reponation; Closed reduction

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ANIMALS WITH BILATERAL SYMMETRY, AT LEAST AS EMBRYO
Bilaterian; Bilaterians; Bilatera; Triploblasts; Bilateral animal; Bilateral animals; Bilatarian; Triploblastica

общая лексика

двусторонне-симметричные животные (Bilateria)

Определение

Bilateral
·adj Having two sides; arranged upon two sides; affecting two sides or two parties.
II. Bilateral ·adj Of or pertaining to the two sides of a central area or organ, or of a central axis; as, bilateral symmetry in animals, where there is a similarity of parts on the right and left sides of the body.

Википедия

Bilateralism

Bilateralism is the conduct of political, economic, or cultural relations between two sovereign states. It is in contrast to unilateralism or multilateralism, which is activity by a single state or jointly by multiple states, respectively. When states recognize one another as sovereign states and agree to diplomatic relations, they create a bilateral relationship. States with bilateral ties will exchange diplomatic agents such as ambassadors to facilitate dialogues and cooperations.

Economic agreements, such as free trade agreements (FTA) or foreign direct investment (FDI), signed by two states, are a common example of bilateralism. Since most economic agreements are signed according to the specific characteristics of the contracting countries to give preferential treatment to each other, not a generalized principle but a situational differentiation is needed. Thus through bilateralism, states can obtain more tailored agreements and obligations that only apply to particular contracting states. However, the states will face a trade-off because it is more wasteful in transaction costs than the multilateral strategy. In a bilateral strategy, a new contract has to be negotiated for each participant. So it tends to be preferred when transaction costs are low and the member surplus, which corresponds to "producer surplus" in economic terms, is high. Moreover, this will be effective if an influential state wants control over small states from a liberalism perspective, because building a series of bilateral arrangements with small states can increase a state's influence.