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agree

verb [I or T]
 
 
/əˈɡriː/
to accept someone else’s plan, suggestion, etc.: agree to do sth Federal regulators and US lenders agreed to freeze interest rates on subprime mortgages for five years.be agreed by/between sb/sth Any change to branch rules must be agreed by two thirds of members at the branch meeting.agree sth UK The union's national executive committee will meet on Thursday to agree the new strategy.
to have the same opinion, or to approve of someone else’s ideas and opinions: agree that The credit card company agreed that we'd been overcharged and will credit the amount in our next bill.agree with sb on sth Although we like his plan in general, we don't agree with him on every issue.
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