Definitions of "stipulate"
  1. The act of formulating an agreement or pact about a particular detail, often in relation to damages
  2. The process of demanding a specific promise to be included within an agreement
  3. The mutual decision to settle on a specific aspect in the context of legal proceedings
  4. The act of defining specific conditions or requirements within the framework of an agreement
  5. The establishment of procedures or evidence by mutual agreement during a court proceeding
How to use "stipulate" in a sentence
  1. Both parties had to stipulate the sale conditions before finalizing the contract.
  2. The attorney requested to stipulate new shows of evidence during the trial.
  3. Before the mediation began, they were asked to stipulate their terms to reach an agreement.

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