An agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time
the guerrillas called a three-day truce
armistice: a state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms
A ceasefire (or truce) is a temporary stoppage of a war in which each side agrees with the other to suspend aggressive actions. Ceasefires may be declared as part of a formal treaty, but they have also been called as part of an informal understanding between opposing forces.
Truce is a 1982 studio album by Robin Trower and Jack Bruce.
"Truce" is a song written and performed by Jars Of Clay. It is the fifth and final radio single from the band's second studio album, Much Afraid. In addition, it was the fifth straight single from Much Afraid to reach number one on the Christian radio airplay charts. ...
The Truce (La tregua) is a 1974 Argentine film directed by Sergio Renán and co-written with Aída Bortnik, based on the eponymous novel by Mario Benedetti. It was the first Argentine film to be nominated for an Academy Award (the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film).
The Truce (La Tregua) is a 1997 film directed by Francesco Rosi, written by Tonino Guerra, based on Primo Levi's autobiography, The Truce. The film deals with Primo Levi's experiences returning from the concentration camp at Auschwitz during the Second World War.
a period of time in which no fighting takes place due to an agreement between the opposed parties; an agreement between opposed parties in which they pledge to cease fighting for a limited time
a temporary cease fire, by agreement of both sides.
agreement to stop fighting
A truce means two empires agree not to attack each other for a set of time, note that truces can be broken.