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Translation of "agree" - English-Spanish dictionary

agree

verb /əˈɡriː/ ( past tense, past participle agreed)
(often with with) to think or say the same (as) estar de acuerdo con I agreed with them that we should try again The newspaper report does not agree with what he told us. to say that one will do or allow something acordar/consentir He agreed to go He agreed to our request. (with with) to be good for (usually one’s health) sentar bien Cheese does not agree with me – it gives me indigestion. to be happy and friendly together llevarse bien, hacer buenas migas John and his wife don’t agree. if two pieces of information agree, they say the same thing Coincidir The totals in the two columns do not agree. agreeable adjective (opposite disagreeable) (old-fashioned) pleasant agradable She is a most agreeable person. agreeably adverb agradablemente The weather was agreeably warm. agreed adjective an agreed price or method is one that has been discussed and accepted by the people involved Covenido The agreed price was £150. if people are agreed, they all agree about something Decidir They were agreed that they should buy Martha a birthday present. agreement noun the state of agreeing acuerdo We are all in agreement. a business, political etc arrangement, spoken or written acuerdo You have broken our agreement We have signed an agreement.
(Definition of agree from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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