third party ( third parties plural )
1 n-count A third party is someone who is not one of the main people involved in a business agreement or legal case, but who is involved in it in a minor role.
You can instruct your bank to allow a third party to remove money from your account.
2 adj Third-party insurance is a type of insurance that pays money to people who are hurt or whose property is damaged as a result of something you have done. It does not pay you any money for damage you suffer as a result of your own actions.
Premiums for third-party cover are set to rise by up to 25 per cent.
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