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Meaning of “agree” - Learner’s Dictionary

agree

verb     /əˈɡriː/ ( present participle agreeing, past tense and past participle agreed)
SAME OPINION [I, T]
A2 to have the same opinion as someone: I agree with you. "She's definitely the right person for the job." "I agree." [+ (that)] We all agreed that mistakes had been made. We agree about most things.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
SAY YES [I]
B2 to say you will do something that someone asks you to do: [+ to do sth] She agreed to help him.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
DECIDE [I, T]
B1 to decide something with someone: We couldn't agree on what to buy. [+ to do sth] They agreed to meet on Sunday. [+ (that)] We agreed that they would deliver the sofa in the morning.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
DESCRIPTION [I]
If two descriptions agree, they are the same. →  Opposite disagree Being or appearing similar or the same
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