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  1. a·gree
    IPA[əˈɡrē]
  2. verb

    • 1. have the same opinion about something; concur:

      I completely agree with your recent editorial we both agreed on issues such as tougher penalties for criminals “Yes, it's dreadful, isn't it,” she agreed I agree that consumers are always right
      Synonym : concur, be of the same mind/opinion, see eye to eye, be in sympathy, sympathize, be united, be as one man, accord, acknowledge, admit, concede, grant, own, confess
    • 2. approve of (something) with regard to its moral correctness:

      do you agree with capital punishment?
    • 3. consent to do something that has been suggested by another person:

      she had agreed to go and see a movie with him
      Synonym : consent, assent, accede, acquiesce in, accept, approve (of), allow, admit, grant, comply with, undertake, go along with, say yes to, give one's approval to, give something the nod, recognize, acknowledge
    • 4. reach agreement about (something), typically after a period of negotiation:

      if they had agreed a price, the deal would have gone through the commission agreed on a proposal to limit imports
      Synonym : settle, decide, shake hands, arrange, arrive at, negotiate, work out, thrash out, hammer out, reach an agreement on, come to terms about, reach terms on, strike a bargain, make a deal
    • 5. be consistent with:

      your body language does not agree with what you are saying
      Synonym : match, match up, accord, correspond, conform, coincide, fit, tally, harmonize, be in harmony, be in agreement, be consistent, be compatible, be consonant, be congruous, be in tune, equate, be equivalent, dovetail, chime, correlate, be parallel, square
    • 6. have the same number, gender, case, or person as:

      the writer made the verb agree with the subject
    • 7. be healthy or appropriate for someone:

      she's eaten something that did not agree with her
      Synonym : be agreeable to, be good for, be healthy for, be acceptable to, suit
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: agree, 3rd person present: agrees, gerund or present participle: agreeing, past tense: agreed, past participle: agreed

    • verb

      have the same opinion about something; concur:

      approve of (something) with regard to its moral correctness:

    • adjective

      discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties:

      (of two or more parties) holding the same view or opinion on something:

    • adjective

      discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties:

      (of two or more parties) holding the same view or opinion on something:

    • cease to argue about something because neither party will compromise or be persuaded
    • cease to argue about something because neither party will compromise or be persuaded
    • adjective

      discussed and agreed in advance:
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