harmony of people's opinions or actions or characters
"the two parties were in agreement"
accord, conformity, accordance(noun)
concurrence of opinion
"we are in accord with your proposal"
treaty, pact, accord(noun)
a written agreement between two states or sovereigns
harmonize, harmonise, consort, accord, concord, fit in, agree(verb)
"The colors don't harmonize"; "Their ideas concorded"
accord, allot, grant(verb)
allow to have
"grant a privilege"
harmonize, grant, lot, parcel out, consort, allow, give, fit in, mete out, administer, dispense, harmonise, deal out, yield, concord, portion, award, cede, concede, assign, dish out, deed over, dole out, allot, distribute, agree, shell out, deal
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Agree is the most general term of this group, signifying to have like qualities, proportions, views, or inclinations, so as to be free from jar, conflict, or contradiction in a given relation. To concur is to agree in general; to coincide is to agree in every particular. Whether in application to persons or things, concur tends to expression in action more than coincide; we may either concur or coincide in an opinion, but concur in a decision; views coincide, causes concur. One accepts another's terms, complies with his wishes, admits his statement, approves his plan, conforms to his views of doctrine or duty, accedes or consents to his proposal. Accede expresses the more formal agreement, consent the more complete. To assent is an act of the understanding; to consent, of the will. We may concur or agree with others, either in opinion or decision. One may silently acquiesce in that which does not meet his views, but which he does not care to contest. He admits the charge brought, or the statement made, by another — admit always carrying a suggestion of reluctance. Assent is sometimes used for a mild form of consent, as if agreement in the opinion assured approval of the decision.
I agree in opinion with the speaker; to the terms proposed; persons agree on or upon a statement of principles, rules, etc.; we must agree among ourselves.
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to occupy the same place in space, the same point or period in time, or the same relative position
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How to use accord in a sentence?
There has to be a pre-accord on the question of financing so that leaders come to Paris knowing there is certainty we will be able to conclude, if we don't conclude, and there are no substantial measures to ensure the transition, it won't be hundreds of thousands of refugees in the next 20 years, it will be millions.
France supports the efforts of Italy to find a solution at the highest level, that's to say the United Nations, to a situation of chaos and terrorism, the first requirement is to find a political accord between the different factions and to ensure that there can be one government, one parliament and one central bank.
The next president will need to rejoin the accord immediately and commit to the rapid, wholesale clean-energy transformation the climate emergency demands.
I think that you just can't leave these people -- who are not victims of their own accord -- without the ability to pay for their healthcare.
The return of Iran on the international scene is possible (after the nuclear accord), but it is up to Iran to prove it can.
Translations for accord
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- съгласувам, съгласие, мир, хармония, предлагам помощBulgarian
- Akkord, ÜbereinstimmungGerman
- acuerdo, convenio, concordar, acordarSpanish
- kokkulepe, andmaEstonian
- entente, accorderFrench
- setuju, sepakatIndonesian
- înțelegere, acordRomanian
- предоставлять, согласовываться, согласие, оказывать, гармонировать, жаловать, соответствоватьRussian
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