Definition of agreed in English:

agreed

adjective

  • 1attributive Discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties.

    ‘the agreed date’
    • ‘I am also looking for a firm commitment in the form of a date on which the agreed work will commence.’
    • ‘We are also looking at bath time and bickering but we have yet to establish agreed measures.’
    • ‘The only worry is being able to do enough words to meet your side of the bargain by the agreed date to keep up your half of the bargain.’
    • ‘The bank, apart from providing finance on agreed terms, had no part in creating this situation.’
    • ‘Last month she told Leeds Crown Court she would clear the garden by an agreed date or face further action.’
    • ‘Two samples will be taken at an unspecified date and time at agreed sampling points.’
    • ‘If the proposal does go ahead, officers and developers will be held to account in terms of this agreed policy.’
    • ‘Under the terms of the agreed plan, secured creditors will receive a small proportion of the money owed.’
    • ‘In other words, Mr Hammond had no time to prepare the case and could not represent the applicant on the agreed date.’
    • ‘He also tried to amend Brown's motion to deprive minor parties of other agreed perks.’
    • ‘The actual night has no agreed upon origin, rather a cluster of speculated ones.’
    • ‘Yet Irish fans have been stopped from travelling to the same ground on the agreed date and to Murrayfield as well.’
    • ‘Macra has made it clear that a market valuation must be in place by the agreed date.’
    • ‘It was reasonable for her to insist that disclosure was only on the agreed terms.’
    • ‘The parties filed an agreed statement of facts to establish much of the factual background.’
    • ‘For both tobacco and diet there are no agreed targets or internationally accepted indicators of progress.’
    • ‘Several key items did not arrive on the agreed date and several others were damaged.’
    • ‘There was no agreed term and, it has to be stated again, Barbara was over 60 when she was appointed to the post.’
    • ‘This meeting was to discuss the views of patients and professionals on what to do in a crisis and to negotiate agreed solutions.’
    • ‘So any discussion or communication is impossible, as we do not have a mutually agreed definition of terms.’
    settled, established, resolved, determined, worked out, concluded, clinched, designated, allotted, chosen, ordained, prescribed, decreed
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    1. 1.1 (of two or more parties) holding the same view or opinion on something.
      ‘all the republics are agreed on the necessity of a common defence policy’
      with clause ‘we are agreed that what is needed is a catchy title’
      • ‘Lady Antonia and myself are both agreed that this is bad news.’
      • ‘The compensation is merely a matter of redress, on which it appears generally agreed that no tax should be payable.’
      • ‘All political parties are agreed that something needs to be done to reverse the fortunes.’
      • ‘Certainly it should try and do so if both parties are agreed that they would like the matter resolved on the affidavits.’
      • ‘For that reason all parties were agreed that no separate consideration need be given to these provisions.’
      • ‘He discovers that all the ideas and concepts he revered and held dear are not agreed upon by all people.’
      • ‘The Hurling Club is agreed that when the Centre isn't available the Club Rooms may be used.’
      • ‘Everyone is agreed that the Constitution needs review and a start has been made.’

Pronunciation

agreed

/əˈɡriːd/