agree


agree
ə'ɡri:
past tense, past participle - agreed; verb
1) ((often with with) to think or say the same (as): I agreed with them that we should try again; The newspaper report does not agree with what he told us.) estar de acuerdo con
2) (to say that one will do or allow something: He agreed to go; He agreed to our request.) acordar/consentir
3) ((with with) to be good for (usually one's health): Cheese does not agree with me.) sentar bien
4) (to be happy and friendly together: John and his wife don't agree.) llevarse bien, hacer buenas migas
- agreeably
- agreement

agree vb
1. estar de acuerdo
do you agree? ¿estás de acuerdo?
2. ponerse de acuerdo / quedar
they agreed what to do se pusieron de acuerdo en qué hacer
3. aceptar / consentir
she agreed to marry me aceptó casarse conmigo
El gerundio de agree se escribe agreeing
agree
tr[ə'griː]
intransitive verb
1 (be in agreement) estar de acuerdo (with, con)
I agree entirely that ... estoy completamente de acuerdo en que ...
do you agree with me? ¿estás de acuerdo conmigo?
2 (reach an agreement) ponerse de acuerdo (on, en)
I don't think we'll ever agree no creo que nos pongamos de acuerdo nunca
we agreed not to say anything nos pusimos de acuerdo en no decir nada
they can't agree on a name for the baby no se ponen de acuerdo en el nombre del bebé
3 (say yes) acceder, consentir
will he agree to our request? ¿accederá a nuestra petición?
the minister has agreed to see the protesters el ministro ha consentido en recibir a los manifestantes
4 (square) concordar, encajar
the two men's stories don't agree las historias de los dos hombres no encajan
5 (food, climate etc.) sentar bien (with, -)
the prawns didn't agree with me las gambas no me sentaron bien
transitive verb
1 (gramatically) concordar (with, con)
2 (accept as correct) aceptar, aprobar
the board agreed the economy measures el consejo aprobó las medidas de ahorro
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
it was agreed that ... se acordó que ...
to agree to differ quedarse cada uno con su idea
agree [ə'gri:] v, agreed ; agreeing vt
acknowledge: estar de acuerdo
he agreed that I was right: estuvo de acuerdo en que tenía razón
agree vi
1) concur: estar de acuerdo
2) consent: ponerse de acuerdo
3) tally: concordar
4)
to agree with : sentarle bien (a alguien)
this climate agrees with me: este clima me sienta bien
agree (with)
expr.
estar de acuerdo (con) expr.
v.
acceder v.
aceptar (Jurisprudencia) v.
acordar v.
asentir v.
avenir v.
(§pres: -vengo, -vienes...-venimos) pret: -vin-
fut: -vendr-•)
compaginar v.
concordar v.
concurrir v.
conformar v.
confrontar v.
consonar v.
convenir v.
(§pres: -vengo, -vienes...-venimos) pret: -vin-
fut: -vendr-•)
converger v.
estar de acuerdo v.
ponerse de acuerdo v.
quedar v.
transigir v.
ə'griː
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (be in agreement over)

to agree (that) — estar* de acuerdo (en que)

yes, it must feel odd, he agreed — -sí, debe resultar extraño -asintió

b) (reach agreement over) decidir

it was agreed that he should go on his own — se decidió que fuera él solo

to agree when/what/how etc — ponerse* de acuerdo en cuándo/en qué/en cómo etc

to agree to + inf — quedar en + inf

they agreed to meet at six — quedaron en encontrarse a las seis

let's agree to differ o disagree, shall we? — no vale la pena discutir: ni tú me vas a convencer a mí ni yo a ti

c) (decide on) \<\<price\>\> acordar*
2) (admit, concede)

to agree (that) — reconocer* or admitir or aceptar (que)


2.
vi
1) (be of same opinion) estar* de acuerdo

I couldn't agree more — estoy completamente de acuerdo

don't you agree? — ¿no te parece?, ¿no crees?

to agree about something — estar* de acuerdo or coincidir en algo

to agree with somebody/something — estar* de acuerdo con alguien/algo

2)
a) (get on well) congeniar
b) (tally) \<\<statements/figures\>\>

to agree (with something) — concordar* (con algo)

Phrasal Verbs:
[ǝ'ɡriː]
1. VI
1) (=consent) consentir

eventually he agreed — por fin consintió

you'll never get him to agree — no lograrás nunca su consentimiento

to agree to sth — consentir en or aceptar algo

he'll agree to anything — se aviene a todo

I agree to your marrying my niece — acepto que usted se case con mi sobrina

2) (=be in agreement) estar de acuerdo; (=come to an agreement) ponerse de acuerdo

I agree — estoy de acuerdo, estoy conforme

I quite agree — estoy completamente de acuerdo

don't you agree? — ¿no está de acuerdo?, ¿no le parece?

to agree about or on sth — (=be in agreement) estar de acuerdo sobre algo; (=come to an agreement) ponerse de acuerdo sobre algo

I don't agree about trying again tomorrow — no estoy de acuerdo con lo de volverlo a intentar mañana

to agree with[+ person] estar de acuerdo or coincidir con; [+ policy] estar de acuerdo con, aprobar

3) (=accord, coincide) concordar

these statements do not agree (with each other) — estas declaraciones no concuerdan

his reasoning agrees with mine — su razonamiento concuerda con el mío

4) (=get on together) [people] congeniar

we simply don't agree — simplemente no congeniamos

5)

to agree with

a) (=approve of) aprobar

I don't agree with women playing football — no apruebo que las mujeres jueguen al fútbol

b) (=be beneficial to) [food, climate]

garlic/this heat doesn't agree with me — el ajo/este calor no me sienta bien

6) (Gram) concordar (with con)
2. VT
1) (=consent)

to agree to do sth — consentir en or aceptar hacer algo

2) (=be in agreement, come to an agreement)

"it's impossible," she agreed — -es imposible -asintió

to agree that — estar de acuerdo en que

everyone agrees that it is so — todos están de acuerdo en que es así

it was agreed that ... — se acordó que ...

it is agreed that ... — (on legal contracts) se acuerda que ...

they agreed among themselves to do it — (todos) se pusieron de acuerdo para hacerlo

it was agreed to — + infin se acordó + infin

we agreed to meet up later — quedamos en vernos después

to agree to disagree or differ — estar en desacuerdo amistoso

3) (=admit) reconocer

I agree that I was too hasty — reconozco que lo hice con precipitación

I agree that it was foolish — reconozco que era insensato

4) [+ plan, statement etc] aceptar, llegar a un acuerdo sobre; [+ price] convenir

the plan was speedily agreed — el proyecto fue aceptado sin demora

salary to be agreed — sueldo a convenir

at a date to be agreed — en una fecha (que queda) por determinar or concertar

* * *
[ə'griː]
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (be in agreement over)

to agree (that) — estar* de acuerdo (en que)

yes, it must feel odd, he agreed — -sí, debe resultar extraño -asintió

b) (reach agreement over) decidir

it was agreed that he should go on his own — se decidió que fuera él solo

to agree when/what/how etc — ponerse* de acuerdo en cuándo/en qué/en cómo etc

to agree to + inf — quedar en + inf

they agreed to meet at six — quedaron en encontrarse a las seis

let's agree to differ o disagree, shall we? — no vale la pena discutir: ni tú me vas a convencer a mí ni yo a ti

c) (decide on) \<\<price\>\> acordar*
2) (admit, concede)

to agree (that) — reconocer* or admitir or aceptar (que)


2.
vi
1) (be of same opinion) estar* de acuerdo

I couldn't agree more — estoy completamente de acuerdo

don't you agree? — ¿no te parece?, ¿no crees?

to agree about something — estar* de acuerdo or coincidir en algo

to agree with somebody/something — estar* de acuerdo con alguien/algo

2)
a) (get on well) congeniar
b) (tally) \<\<statements/figures\>\>

to agree (with something) — concordar* (con algo)

Phrasal Verbs:

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