Definition of 'agree'
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Each time we agree to give it another go but the pattern repeats itself. The Sun (2017)She then agreed to accept the money but give it to charity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We both refused an upgrade but did agree to one satnav. The Sun (2016)We used to laugh when we actually agreed on something. The Sun (2017)Rebels say they agreed to the ceasefire as long as the group would not be excluded. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They want us to agree to give up our demands to control the numbers coming into our country. The Sun (2016)We agreed a price and paid a deposit of 800 by cheque. The Sun (2016)But the two sides have been unable to agree a price, leaving the club to look elsewhere. The Sun (2016)Can we agree about that? Times, Sunday Times (2017)He stopped and agreed to give one a lift. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She might feel pressured to agree but it would just add to her worries. The Sun (2015)So she agreed to give one at her home. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They agree to do something together and then come of age. The Sun (2008)Whether the critics agree is another matter. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The captains had also agreed that no action would be taken unless they both favored it. Christianity Today (2000)We pretty much agree about what we think is funny. Times, Sunday Times (2008)By the end of our meeting he had agreed to give it his best shot. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)Are we anything we can all agree on and feel proud of? Times, Sunday Times (2009)In such cases we would seek either to reduce the agreed price or increase the agreed discount. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)He did well there so it was one we all agreed would be a good acquisition. The Sun (2016)He could agree to something on one day and object strenuously the next. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And he went on to agree with another frontbencher calling for a more liberal prison regime. The Sun (2006)So our first goal must be to agree the action needed to support growth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Everyone agrees about his qualities as a performer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The next day my pal reluctantly agreed to give me an alibi in case my boyfriend got suspicious. The Sun (2008)She agrees but instantly feels remorse. The Sun (2015)They discussed it, and agreed he would accept if he were offered a place. Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France (2006)The board agreed to accept the offer on Friday. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This involves assessing the pay package at the time when it is agreed or approved, or its renewal is agreed or approved. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A general ceasefire agreed by world leaders in Munich last week is on the brink of collapse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or, while seeming in some way to agree with or approve of it, they subtly condemned. Mothers who Leave (1994)
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Translations for 'agree'
British English: agree /əˈɡriː/ VERB
If you agree with someone, you have the same opinion about something.
I agree with you entirely.
I agree that the demise of the zoo would be terrible.
- American English: agree
- Arabic: يُوافِقُ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: concordar
- Chinese: 同意
- Croatian: složiti se
- Czech: souhlasit
- Danish: være enig
- Dutch: mee eens zijn
- European Spanish: estar de acuerdo
- Finnish: olla samaa mieltä
- French: être d’accord
- German: zustimmen
- Greek: συμφωνώ
- Italian: concordare
- Japanese: 賛成する
- Korean: 동의하다
- Norwegian: samtykke
- Polish: zgodzić się
- European Portuguese: concordar
- Romanian: a fi de acord
- Russian: соглашаться
- Spanish: estar de acuerdo
- Swedish: hålla med
- Thai: เห็นด้วย
- Turkish: aynı fikirde olmak
- Ukrainian: погоджуватися
- Vietnamese: đồng ý
Definition of agree from the Collins English Dictionary
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