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Translation of "agreement" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

agreement

noun (SAME OPINION) 意見一致     /əˈɡriː.mənt/
[U] when people have the same opinion, or when they approve of or accept something 意見一致;同意;應允 The whole family was in agreement with her about/on what they should do. 對於他們應該做甚麼,全家人都和她意見一致。 If the three parties cannot reach agreement now, there will be a civil war. 如果這三個政黨現在不能達成共識,內戰將不可避免。 I don't think you'll ever get Tony's agreement to these proposals. 我認為,你千萬不要指望托尼會同意這些計劃。 [+ that] There's widespread agreement that the law should be changed. 大家一致認為應該修改法律。 Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval [C] a decision or arrangement, often formal and written, between two or more groups or people 協議,協定;和約 The dispute was settled by an agreement that satisfied both sides. 由於達成了一項雙方都滿意的協議,爭端得到瞭解決。 The government has entered into/signed an international arms-control agreement. 政府接受/簽署了一項國際軍備控制協議。 They have broken (the terms of) the agreement on human rights. 他們違反了人權協議(條款)。 Finally the two sides have reached an agreement. 雙方終於達成了協議。 Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
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 Russian соглашение, согласие…
in Turkish antlaşma, uyuşma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见一致, 同意, 应允…
in Polish porozumienie, zgoda…
(Definition of agreement noun (SAME OPINION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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