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agree /əˈɡriː/ verb

خوشنود کردن ، ممنون کردن ، پسندامدن ، اشتی دادن ، مطابقت کردن ، ترتیب دادن ، درست کردن ، خشم (کسیرا) فرونشاندن ، جلوس کردن ، نائل شدن ، موافقت کردن ، موافق بودن ، متفق بودن ، همرای بودن ، سازش کردن
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- consent, assent, be of the same opinion, comply, concur, see eye to eye
- get on (together), coincide, conform, correspond, match, tally
Antonyms: deny, protest (against), differ (with), differ, disagree, differ (from)
Contrasted words: except, exclude, expostulate, kick, object, remonstrate, balk, demur, jib, oppose, resist, withstand, bicker, quarrel, squabble, wrangle, argue, debate, dispute, hassle, negate, negative, nullify, clash, conflict, jar
Related Idioms: fall in with, hit it off with, go hand in hand
Related Words: allow, concede, grant, own, receive, acknowledge, admit, coact, cooperate, unite, approach, equal, match, rival, touch, complete, fulfill, round out, supplement
English Thesaurus: agree, be in agreement, share sb’s view/be of the same opinion, concur, see eye to eye, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

agree S1 W1 /əˈɡriː/ verb
[Word Family: adjective: agreeabledisagreeable, agreed; verb: agreedisagree; noun: agreementdisagreement; adverb: agreeablydisagreeably]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: agréer, from gré 'will, pleasure', from Latin gratus 'pleasing']

1. SAME OPINION [intransitive, transitive not in progressive] to have or express the same opinion about something as someone else Antonym : disagree:
Teenagers and their parents rarely agree.
agree with
If she felt he was right, she would agree with him.
agree that
Most people nowadays would agree that a good pub is one of our best traditions.
agree on/about
We don’t agree on everything, of course.
I quite agree/I couldn’t agree more (=I agree completely)
‘We have to talk.’ ‘Absolutely,’ Meredith replied. ‘I couldn’t agree more.’

2. SAY YES [intransitive, transitive not in progressive] to say yes to an idea, plan, suggestion etc Antonym : refuse:
I suggested we go somewhere for the weekend and she agreed at once.
agree to do something
No one really knows why he agreed to do the film.
agree to
My sister won’t agree to our mother going into a nursing home.

3. DECIDE TOGETHER [intransitive, transitive not in progressive] to make a decision with someone after a discussion with them
agree to do something
We agreed to meet again the following Monday.
agree on
They managed to agree on a date for the wedding.
agree that
It was agreed that elections would be held in May.
agree a price/plan/strategy etc
We agreed a new four-year contract.

4. BE THE SAME [intransitive not in progressive] if two pieces of information agree with each other, they match or are the same
agree with
Your story doesn’t agree with what the police have told us.

5. agree to differ/disagree if two people agree to differ, they accept that they have different opinions about something and stop arguing about it

3. if an adjective, verb etc agrees with a word, it matches that word by being plural if the word is plural etc

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. share opinion
ADV. heartily, strongly, very much I very much agree with the prime minister.
absolutely, completely, entirely, fully, wholeheartedly I agree entirely with what you have said.
broadly, generally It is generally agreed that more funding is needed for education.
unanimously | gravely, lamely, meekly, soberly, tartly ‘That's true,’ she agreed gravely.
VERB + AGREE cannot | be inclined to I'm inclined to agree there's nothing we can do.
PREP. about We don't always agree about everything.
on/upon Are we all agreed on this?
with Do you agree with me that the scheme won't work?
PHRASES I couldn't agree more I couldn't agree more with what has just been said.
I quite agree, I'm sure you will agree I'm sure you'll agree that this issue is vitally important to the success of the company.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. say yes
ADV. voluntarily | readily She suggested a walk in the open air and he readily agreed. | grudgingly, reluctantly | kindly Edith Harlow has kindly agreed to help.
tacitly | provisionally
PREP. to He agreed to our proposals.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. decide
ADV. expressly | tacitly | verbally | provisionally It was provisionally agreed that 12 August was to be the date.
VERB + AGREE be unable to, fail to The two countries were unable to agree on a common strategy.
PHRASES agree to differ/disagree We must just agree to disagree on this point.
(be) mutually agreed working towards mutually agreed goals | internationally/nationally agreed nationally agreed guidelines

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I don't agree the people who say women should stay at home.
GOOD: I don't agree with the people who say women should stay at home.
BAD: In many ways I agree to his statement.
GOOD: In many ways I agree with his statement.

Usage Note:
agree with sb/sth = have the same opinion as: 'You can't expect everyone to agree with you all the time.' 'I tend to agree with you that the proposal is too risky.'

BAD: I don't understand why he doesn't agree the divorce.
GOOD: I don't understand why he doesn't agree to the divorce.
BAD: Conservationists will never agree the building of the motorway.
GOOD: Conservationists will never agree to the building of the motorway.

Usage Note:
agree to sth = be willing to accept or allow something: 'The bank manager has agreed to our request for a loan.'

BAD: I am agree that archaeological treasures should be protected.
GOOD: I agree that archaeological treasures should be protected.
BAD: In some ways I am agree with those who want stricter punishments.
GOOD: In some ways I agree with those who want stricter punishments.

Usage Note:
Agree is a verb (NOT an adjective).

See FACT 4 (fact)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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