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a·gree

 (ə-grē′)
v. a·greed, a·gree·ing, a·grees
v.intr.
1.
a. To share an opinion or feeling; be in accord: I agree with you on that. We agree in our taste in music.
b. To express consent; concur: We agreed to her suggestion. See Synonyms at assent.
c. To accept or support a policy or program: I agree with the flat tax.
d. To come to an understanding or agreement, as by negotiating: We agreed on the price.
2. To be compatible or consistent: The copy agrees with the original. Your story agrees with mine. See Synonyms at correspond.
3. To be suitable, appropriate, pleasing, or healthful: Spicy food does not agree with me.
4. Grammar To correspond in gender, number, case, or person.
v.tr.
1. To share an opinion about (something): My doctor and I agree that I should quit smoking.
2. To grant or concede: My parents agreed that we should be allowed to go. I agreed to help my parents clean the house.

[Middle English agreen, from Old French agreer, from Vulgar Latin *aggrātāre : Latin ad-, ad- + Latin grātus, pleasing; see gwerə- in Indo-European roots.]

agreed

(əˈɡriːd)
adj
determined by common consent: the agreed price.
interj
an expression of agreement or consent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.agreed - united by being of the same opinionagreed - united by being of the same opinion; "agreed in their distrust of authority"
united - characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity; "presented a united front"

agreed

adjective
1. settled, given, established, guaranteed, fixed, arranged, definite, stipulated, predetermined There is a discount if goods do not arrive by the agreed time.
settled variable, indefinite, negotiable, up in the air, to be arranged or decided
interjection
1. all right, done, settled, it's a bargain or deal, O.K. or okay (informal), you're on (informal) That means we move out today. Agreed?

agreed

adverb
Translations
dohodnutý
enig
sovittu
dogovoren
合意された
합의를 얻은
överenskommen
ตกลงใจ
được đồng ý

agreed

[əˈgriːd] ADJ [time, plan] → convenido
as agreedsegún lo convenido
are we all agreed?¿estamos todos de acuerdo?
agreed!¡de acuerdo!, ¡conforme(s)!

agreed

[əˈgriːd] adj
[time, place] → convenu(e)
at the agreed time → au moment convenu
as agreed → comme convenu
(= in agreement) to be agreed [people] → être d'accord

agreed

adj
pred (= in agreement)einig; to be agreed on somethingsich über etw einig sein; to be agreed on doing somethingsich darüber einig sein, etw zu tun; are we all agreed?sind wir uns da einig?; (on course of action) → sind alle einverstanden?
(= arranged)vereinbart; timeverabredet, vereinbart; it’s all agreedes ist alles abgesprochen; agreed?einverstanden?; agreed! (regarding price etc) → abgemacht, in Ordnung; (= I agree)stimmt, genau

agreed

[əˈgriːd] adj (time, place) → stabilito/a

agreed

مُتَّفِق عَلَيْهِ dohodnutý enig einig συμφωνημένος acordado, de acuerdo sovittu d'accord dogovoren d'accordo 合意された 합의를 얻은 afgesproken avtalt uzgodniony acordado, de acordo согласованный överenskommen ตกลงใจ kararlaştırılmış được đồng ý 同意的
References in classic literature ?
When on the evening that he arrived home he informed the bailiff of his plans, the latter with visible pleasure agreed with what he said so long as he was pointing out that all that had been done up to that time was stupid and useless.
But though he had, as we have said, formed his morals on the Platonic model, yet he perfectly agreed with the opinion of Aristotle, in considering that great man rather in the quality of a philosopher or a speculatist, than as a legislator.
During his absence we faithfully complied with his Desire and after the most mature Deliberation, at length agreed that the best thing we could do was to leave the House; of which we every moment expected the officers of Justice to take possession.
Napoleon with his forty-year-old stomach understood that hint, not feeling his former agility and boldness, and under the influence of the fright the Cossacks had given him he at once agreed with Mouton and issued orders- as the historians tell us- to retreat by the Smolensk road.
Everyone agreed that it was worth more than all the wealth of the kingdom: but the king said, 'One feather is of no use to me, I must have the whole bird.
Karnegie thereupon did what he always did--he agreed with his wife.
He cursed his fate because he had no money to travel, and he knew his uncle would not send him more than the fifteen pounds a month which had been agreed upon.
No, he doesn't seem to have arrived," agreed Professor Bumper.