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agree

verb  /əˈɡri/ us  
to have the same opinion, or to accept a suggestion or idea: [I] I agree with you. [I] We all agree on that point. [+ to infinitive] In settling the dispute, he agreed to pay $60,000 in damages. [+ that clause] Most economists agree that it would be unwise to cut taxes right now. [I] Both sides agreed to the terms of the peace treaty. [I] I agree with letting children learn at their own pace. If two sets of information agree, they are generally the same: [I] Since their stories did not agree at all, he knew one of them was lying.
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