European Community

NOUN
  1. an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members
    he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union
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How To Use European Community In A Sentence

  • Already in 1987 Austria had put out feelers to Moscow to see what its reaction would be if Austria was to apply to join the European Community.
  • They believe that the European Community needs a common foreign and security policy.
  • Europe is remaking itself politically within the matrix of the European Community.
  • Germany is the most populous nation in the European Community and has the largest economy.
  • European Community law requires the mutual recognition of qualifications, and this has been incorporated into English law.
  • The European Community inaugurated the Single European Market in 1993.
  • And they were the original founder members of the European Community - a team of six which includes France, but not Britain.
  • The importance of the EEA is declining as its members assume full membership of the European Community.
  • The aim, said the minister, was to integrate Britain both politically and economically into the European Community.
  • They believe that the European Community needs a common foreign and security policy.
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