Definition of "cross-license"
  1. When a patent or invention is permitted to be used by someone else in exchange for the same permission for a different patent or invention
How to use "cross-license" in a sentence
  1. The two technology companies decided to cross-license each other's patents to speed up their research and development initiatives.
  2. The agreement allowed both firms to cross-license their patents, increasing their capacity to innovate.
  3. In an effort to resolve the patent dispute, the parties agreed to cross-license their respective inventions.

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