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agreement

noun [C/U]  us   /əˈɡri·mənt/
the condition of having the same opinion, or a decision or arrangement between two or more people or groups to do something or to obey the same rules: [C] a new trade agreement [U] Both sides were in agreement on the basic terms, but many details still had to be worked out. [C] Leaders of both countries signed an agreement to exchange diplomats. [U] Let us help you to reach agreement.
Translations of “agreement”
in Korean 합의, 동의…
in Arabic اتِّفاق, تَوافُق…
in Portuguese acordo…
in Catalan acord…
in Japanese 合意, 同意, 賛成…
in Italian accordo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意見一致, 同意, 應允…
in Russian соглашение, согласие…
in Turkish antlaşma, uyuşma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见一致, 同意, 应允…
in Polish porozumienie, zgoda…
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