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Translation of "accord" - English-Spanish dictionary

accord

noun   /əˈkɔːd/
an agreement acuerdo On 31 May the two leaders signed a peace accord.
of your own accord
because you decide to, and not because someone tells you to por decisión propia She left of her own accord.
(Definition of accord from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

accord

verb /əˈkoːd/
(with with) (formal) to agree with concordar (con) His story accords with what I saw happen.
(formal) to grant or give to (a person) conceder They accorded the president great respect.
accordance noun
(formal) in agreement with conforme a The money will be shared among his relatives in accordance with his instructions.
accordingly adverb
in agreement (with the circumstances etc) en consecuencia Find out what has happened and act accordingly.
therefore por consiguiente He was very worried about the future of the firm and accordingly he did what he could to help.
according to preposition
as said or told by según According to John, the bank closes at 3 p.m.
in agreement with de acuerdo con He acted according to his promise.
in the order of según; por The books are arranged according to subject.
in proportion to en proporción a; según You will be paid according to the amount of work you have done.
of one’s own accord
of one’s own free will por propia voluntad He did it of his own accord, without being forced to.
with one accord
(formal) (everybody) in agreement de común acuerdo With one accord, they stood up to cheer him.
(Definition of accord from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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