accordnoun [ C or U ]uk /əˈkɔːd/ us /əˈkɔːrd/
of your own accord
with one accord formal
- A vague murmur of accord rose from around the table.
- An international accord banning land mines was signed in Canada last month.
- The accord ended nearly two decades of civil war in the region.
- Ministers from 20 countries approved an accord to cooperate in the fight against terrorism.
- Diplomats worked through the night in an attempt to forge an accord that would resolve the crisis.
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