Meaning Of Agreement In Oxford Dictionary

ADJ. Project The draft agreement will be available two weeks before the meeting. | formal, written The agreement is legally binding. | informal, unspoken, verbal voluntary Final bilateral, international, multilateral, national Truce, credit, rental-sale, peace, commerce A term of the English philosopher Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) and explicitly made by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) which describes the desirable and generally mutually accepted forms of interaction between individuals and groups in their social environment. Modern political philosophers give this concept a special meaning: an unwritten agreement on rights and duties between a state and its citizens. VERB – AGREEMENT is negotiating, we are working on a formal ceasefire agreement. | Conclusion, entry, signature, signature After hours of discussion, the government and the union agreed. | We have an agreement to always tell us the truth about everything. | We signed the agreement and we are now tied to it. | Stop, honor, respect you have not complied with our agreement. | Break, come back, give up, hurt some employers refused agreements as soon as the recession began. 2no objekt Include a formal and legally binding agreement.

PHRASES Contract break He sued the company for breach of contract. | terms of the agreement The terms of the agreement do not allow for such exports. Prep. one of the clauses of the agreement Under the agreement, the farmer is not allowed to use this field. | Between an agreement between the company and the trade unions They signed two agreements to improve economic cooperation. | With a trade agreement with China PREP. by “Separation is done by mutual agreement. I think we all agree that prices should be kept low. | I agree with you that more responsibility should be given to it. | With the agreement of all members of the club, we decided to organize a trip. | Teachers agree that changes need to be made. | There is no agreement yet between the two parties.

| There is no agreement on the policy yet. > special part to MEETING 1A written or oral agreement, including an agreement on employment, sale or rent, which must be enforceable by law. 1 also negotiating discussion on an agreement. You can also check other dictations: agreement (English, 释), wordnet meaning, the definition of Collins VERB – AGREEMENT coming, arrive, I am hopeful that we can reach an agreement. The two sides have not reached an agreement. | He agreed. | We have to get the approval of the city council. 1formelle of agreement or harmony between people or groups. This page is supported by Language Study of English if you would like to send me an email. 2 The act or procedure for transferring the legal ownership of a document.

3Museum Count Nostun A pleasant or satisfying agreement in itself. 2Dation of grammar between words in sex, number, case, person or any other grammatical category that influences the forms of words. A variety of dessert grapes developed in Concord, Massachusetts. 2A town in northeastern Massachusetts; 17,450 inhabitants (est. 2008). The battles there and at Lexington in April 1775 marked the beginning of the American War of Independence. At the end of the 15th century (designates an act of dealing with another person): Latin negotiatio (n-), the verb negotiari (see negotiations). 3 with Object Catch or develop (a disease or an infectious agent) the average English of the old Concorde, of the Latin concord, of the Council” – of a spirit, of con-`together` – horn, cord-`heart.” The average English on the old Franco-Italian of the Latin contractus, of the treaty – `pulled together, attracted`, from the verb contrahere, by con-`together` – trahere `draw`.