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Definición de “agenda” en inglés

agenda

noun [C] uk   /əˈdʒen.də/ us  
C1 a list of matters to be discussed at a meeting: There were several important items on the agenda. The question of security is high on the agenda for this afternoon's meeting. C2 a list of aims or possible future achievements: Women's rights have been put back on the agenda (= are being discussed publicly again). The subject of safety needs to be placed high on/at the top of the agenda (= must be discussed because it is very important). Education was placed firmly on the political agenda in the prime minister's weekend speech.
(Definition of agenda from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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