subagency


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subagency

(sʌbˈeɪdʒənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an agency employed by a larger agency
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Translations

subagency

n
(Comm etc) → Unteragentur f; (US) → Nebenstelle f
(Jur) → Nebenvollmacht f
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