- (intransitive) To harmonize in opinion, statement, or action; to be in unison or concord; to be or become united or consistent; to concur.
- (intransitive) To make a stipulation by way of settling differences or determining a price; to exchange promises; to come to terms or to a common resolve; to promise.
- (intransitive) To be conformable; to resemble; to coincide; to correspond.
- (intransitive) To suit or be adapted in its effects; to do well.
- (intransitive, grammar) To correspond in gender, number, case, or person.
- (intransitive, law) To consent to a contract or to an element of a contract.
Adverbs for Agree
pleasantly; universally; tacitly; gravely; solemnly; heartily; voluntarily; magnanimously; cheerfully; listlessly; cordially; completely; meekly; mutually; fervently; blandly; wholly; accordingly; passively; unanimously; comfortably; reluctantly; privately; definitely; amicably; pacifically; tentatively; sensibly; politely; reassuringly; fatuously; verbally; voluntarily; vehemently; emphatically; unhappily; authoritatively; benignly.
Synonyms for Agree
assent, concur, consent, acquiesce, accede, engage, promise, stipulate, contract, bargain, correspond, harmonize, fit, tally, coincide, comport, approve, accept, admit, acquiesce, accord, unite, join.
Antonyms for Agree
abide by; accede; accede to; accept; acclaim; accompany; accord; acknowledge; acquiesce; acquiesce in; admit; agree in opinion; agree on; agree to; agree with; allow; answer to; applaud; approach; approve; approve of; assent; assent to; associate; assort with; bargain; bargain for; be agreeable to; be consistent; be dying to; be eager; be game; be in cahoots; be in phase; be in time; be of one; be open to; be ready; be spoiling for; be uniform with; be willing; buy; check; check out; cheer; chime; chime in with; close with; coact; coadunate; coexist; coextend; cohere; coincide; collaborate; collude; combine; come around to; come to terms; come together; compact; complete; comply; comport; concede; concert; concord; concur; conform; conform to; conform with; conjoin; connive; consent; consent to; consist; consist with; consort; conspire; contemporize; contract; cooperate; correspond; cotton to; covenant; ditto; do a deal; dovetail; echo; empathize; engage; equal; fall in together; fall in with; favor; fit in; fit together; fulfill; gee; get along; get along with; get on with; get together; give the nod; go; go along with; go together; go with; grant; hail; hang together; happen together; harmonize; harmonize with; hit; hold together; hold with; identify with; in toto; incline; interchange; interlock; intersect; isochronize; jibe; join; keep in step; keep pace with; lean; lock; look kindly upon; make a deal; march; match; meet; nod; nod assent; not hesitate to; overlap; own; parallel; plunge into; promise; quadrate; receive; reciprocate; recognize; reconcile; register; register with; respond to; rhyme; rival; round out; shake hands on; shake on it; side with; sing in chorus; sort with; square; square with; stand together; stipulate; strike a bargain; strike in with; subscribe; subscribe to; suit; supplement; sympathize; synchronize; synergize; take kindly to; tally; time; touch; understand one another; undertake; unite; vote for; welcome; would as leave; would as lief; yes; yield assent
- This is a catenative verb that takes the to infinitive. See Appendix:English catenative verbs
- The transitive usage could be considered as just an omission of to or upon.
- US and Canadian English do not use the "transitive" form. Thus "they agreed on a price" or "they agreed to the conditions" are used in North America but not "they agreed a price" or "they agreed the conditions".