- agree a‧gree [əˈgriː] verb [intransitive, transitive]1. to make a decision with someone after a discussion with them:
• They have agreed a price for the land.
• He has agreed a new two-year contract.agree to do something
• The company agreed in principle to sell the paper mill to local managers.agree on
• The companies agreed on the broad terms of a settlement.2. to have or express the same opinion about something as someone else:
• The management and the unions rarely seem to agree.agree with
• Actually, I agree with Mike on this point.agree that
• He agreed that we need more time and resources.— agreed adjective :
• They are no longer prepared to pay the agreed price.
• an agreed code of conduct
* * *agree UK US /əˈgriː/ verb [I or T]► to accept someone else’s plan, suggestion, etc.: agree to do sth »
Federal regulators and US lenders agreed to freeze interest rates on subprime mortgages for five years.be agreed by/between sb/sth »
Any change to branch rules must be agreed by two thirds of members at the branch meeting.agree sth UK »
The union's national executive committee will meet on Thursday to agree the new strategy.► to have the same opinion, or to approve of someone else’s ideas and opinions: agree that »
The credit card company agreed that we'd been overcharged and will credit the amount in our next bill.agree with sb on sth »
Although we like his plan in general, we don't agree with him on every issue.
Financial and business terms. 2012.