bilaterally bilaterally  /baɪ ˈlæ tə rə li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) with the involvement of two parties or governments
  2. (adv) so as to involve two sides or parts

Usage(s):

  1. We're trying to do it bilaterally and multilaterally and multi-nationally 37 different countries it's a very poor country with a long history of adventure and misadventure.
  2. But European contributions to that war are being arranged bilaterally with European governments, not through the alliance.
  3. Washington has no illusion that such an agreement can be easily reached, and it is pressuring individual nations bilaterally.

News

  • Fact Sheet: U.S. - Peru Economic Relations

    The United States and Peru share a strong commitment to expanding economic growth, job creation and inclusion through integration into global markets.  Our close cooperation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiation and our high standard United States – Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (the Agreement) are recent examples of efforts to strengthen trade and investment ties bilaterally and ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The White House

Quotes

  1. "We look forward to continuing our work with China in the G-20 and bilaterally to strengthen the recovery," Mr. Geithner said in a statement.
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Timothy Geithner Source: The Hindu

  2. "I don't think, if for some reason we're unable to reach a commonly agreed way ahead, that we would want to accede to Russia being able to dictate what we do bilaterally with other countries, or what NATO does as an alliance," Edelman said.
    on Apr 3, 2007 By: Eric Edelman Source: EUX.TV

  3. Until the Iranians comply, "this is not the time to break a long-standing American policy of not engaging with the Iranians bilaterally," Rice said during a press conference with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
    on Jan 17, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: Forbes

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