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a·gree·a·ble

 (ə-grē′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. To one's liking; pleasing: agreeable weather.
2. Suitable; conformable: a practice agreeable to the law.
3. Ready to consent or submit: I am agreeable to your plan.

a·gree′a·bil′i·ty, a·gree′a·ble·ness n.
a·gree′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.agreeably - in an enjoyable manneragreeably - in an enjoyable manner; "we spent a pleasantly lazy afternoon"
disagreeably - in a disagreeable manner; "`I took no harm from the journey, thank you,' she said disagreeably"
Translations
بِصُورَة مُرِيحَة، بِصُورَة مُلائِمَه
příjemně
behageligt
ánægjulega, viîkunnanlega
hoş bir şekildetatlılıkla

agreeably

[əˈgrɪəblɪ] ADV [chat, reply] → agradablemente
they were agreeably surprised to discover thatse llevaron una agradable sorpresa al descubrir que ...

agreeably

[əˈgriːəbli] adv (= pleasantly) → agréablement
to be agreeably surprised → être agréablement surpris(e)

agreeably

advangenehm; decoratednett; to be agreeably surprisedangenehm überrascht sein; she behaved agreeably for oncesie benahm sich ausnahmsweise nett

agreeably

[əˈgriːəblɪ] advpiacevolmente

agree

(əˈgriː) past tense, past participle aˈgreed verb
1. (often with with) to think or say the same (as). I agreed with them that we should try again; The newspaper report does not agree with what he told us.
2. to say that one will do or allow something. He agreed to go; He agreed to our request.
3. (with with) to be good for (usually one's health). Cheese does not agree with me.
4. to be happy and friendly together. John and his wife don't agree.
aˈgreeable adjective
pleasant. She is a most agreeable person.
aˈgreeably adverb
aˈgreement noun
1. the state of agreeing. We are all in agreement.
2. a business, political etc arrangement, spoken or written. You have broken our agreement; We have signed an agreement.
References in classic literature ?
You were mistaken, my dear Alicia, in supposing me fixed at this place for the rest of the winter: it grieves me to say how greatly you were mistaken, for I have seldom spent three months more agreeably than those which have just flown away.
Discretion of speech, is more than eloquence; and to speak agreeably to him, with whom we deal, is more than to speak in good words, or in good order.
To my great surprise, Captain Nemo gave me the permission I asked for, and he gave it very agreeably, without even exacting from me a promise to return to the vessel; but flight across New Guinea might be very perilous, and I should not have counselled Ned Land to attempt it.
When they make them rightly, they make them agreeably to their interest; when they are mistaken, contrary to their interest; you admit that?
The left-hand scene presented the view of a very fine park, composed of very unequal ground, and agreeably varied with all the diversity that hills, lawns, wood, and water, laid out with admirable taste, but owing less to art than to nature, could give.
He was a shy, quiet, dark person, with a pale, closely-shav en face, agreeably animated by large black eyes, set deep in their orbits.
Stephan Arkadyevitch had gone to Petersburg to perform the most natural and essential official duty--so familiar to everyone in the government service, though incomprehensible to outsiders-- that duty, but for which one could hardly be in government service, of reminding the ministry of his existence--and having, for the due performance of this rite, taken all the available cash from home, was gaily and agreeably spending his days at the races and in the summer villas.
It was first fixed in print in the "Cornhill Magazine", being my first appearance in a serial of any kind; and I have lived long enough to see it guyed most agreeably by Mr.
I was agreeably surprised to find that Littimer was not there, and that we were attended by a modest little parlour-maid, with blue ribbons in her cap, whose eye it was much more pleasant, and much less disconcerting, to catch by accident, than the eye of that respectable man.
My father thought you would get on more agreeably through to-morrow with me than with him, and might like to take a walk about London.
or what could he expect but to find his mistress agreeably engaged with a rival on his return, and his serenade, as they call it, as little regarded as the caterwauling of a cat in the gutter?
Agreeably to the remark already made, the national and State systems are to be regarded as ONE WHOLE.