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"agree to sth" in British English

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agree to sth

phrasal verb with agree uk   us   /əˈɡriː/ verb
to ​accept something: Both ​sides in the ​conflict have ​agreed to the ​terms of the ​peacetreaty.
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(Definition of agree to sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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agree to sth

phrasal verb with agree uk   us   /əˈɡriː/ verb [I or T]
to ​accept someone else’s ​plan, suggestion, etc.: Often ​promoters will ​try to get ​people to ​agree to a ​deal by saying the ​offer is ​valid only for a ​shortperiod of ​time.
(Definition of agree to sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “agree to sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 应允,答应,同意…
in Chinese (Traditional) 應允,答應,同意…
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