1) политика
- conduct a policy
- carry on a policy
- pursue a policy
- follow an independent policy
- endorse a policy
- approve a policy
- buck smb.'s policy
- attack smb.'s policy
- commit oneself to a policy
- condemn smb.'s policy
- drift to shift away from the policy
- drift away shift away from the policy
- drop the policy
- abandon the policy
- elaborate policy
- make policy
- form a policy
- shape a policy
- set out a policy
- enunciate a policy
- fail to explain one's policies persuasively
- harden one's policy
- validate one's policy
- justify one's policy
- re-examine one's policy
- revise one's policy
- review one's policy
- reject a policy
- uphold a policy
- reconcile policies
- stick with existing policies
- moderate a policy toward a country
- offer a positive policy
- have misgivings about smb.'s policy
- revive the cold war policy
2) линия поведения; курс, стратегия
- stand for the continuity in foreign policy
- discredit smb.'s foreign policy
- denigrate smb.'s foreign policy
- define an alternative foreign policy
- proclaim one's foreign policy
- disguise the true nature of one's foreign policy
- articulate one's foreign policy
- tighten monetary policy
- misunderstand smb.'s foreign policy
- embark upon a brigand policy
- evolve a new foreign policy
- break with the policy of détente
- make a major foreign policy decision
- extortionist policy of prices
- libel smb.'s foreign policy
- detect the true nature of smb.'s foreign policy
- policy of direct confrontation
- counteract policies of aggression
- adapt one's foreign policy to
- re-examine the premises of one's foreign policy
- determine one's foreign policy
- deflationary monetary policy
страховой полис

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  • policy — pol·i·cy 1 / pä lə sē/ n pl cies: an overall plan, principle, or guideline; esp: one formulated outside of the judiciary obligated to consider legislative policy on the matter in their decision policy 2 n pl cies: a contract of insurance; also:… …   Law dictionary

  • policy — policy1 [päl′ə sē] n. pl. policies [ME policie < OFr < L politia < Gr politeia: see POLICE] 1. a) Obs. government or polity b) Now Rare political wisdom or cunning 2. wise, expedient, or prudent conduct or management …   English World dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, n.; pl. {Policies}. [L. politia, Gr. ?; cf. F. police, Of. police. See {Police}, n.] 1. Civil polity. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered; a system of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • policy — Ⅰ. policy [1] ► NOUN (pl. policies) 1) a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. 2) archaic prudent or expedient conduct or action. ORIGIN Greek politeia citizenship , from polis city . Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Policied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Policying}.] To regulate by laws; to reduce to order. [Obs.] Policying of cities. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Policy — This article is about policies in general. For government policy, see Public policy. For other uses, see Policy (disambiguation). A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s). The term… …   Wikipedia

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