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contractual

[ kuhn-trak-choo-uhl ]
/ kənˈtræk tʃu əl /
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adjective
of, relating to, or secured by a contract.
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Origin of contractual

1860–65; <Latin contractu-, stem of contractuscontract + -al1

OTHER WORDS FROM contractual

con·trac·tu·al·ly, adverbnon·con·trac·tu·al, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH contractual

contextual, contractual
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How to use contractual in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for contractual

contractual
/ (kənˈtræktjʊəl) /

adjective
of the nature of or assured by a contract

Derived forms of contractual

contractually, adverb
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