Adjective "agreed" definition and examples



Definitions and examples


Discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties.
  1. '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.'
  2. 'For both tobacco and diet there are no agreed targets or internationally accepted indicators of progress.'
  3. 'Several key items did not arrive on the agreed date and several others were damaged.'
  4. 'If the proposal does go ahead, officers and developers will be held to account in terms of this agreed policy.'
  5. 'The actual night has no agreed upon origin, rather a cluster of speculated ones.'
  6. 'This meeting was to discuss the views of patients and professionals on what to do in a crisis and to negotiate agreed solutions.'
  7. 'He also tried to amend Brown's motion to deprive minor parties of other agreed perks.'
  8. 'It was reasonable for her to insist that disclosure was only on the agreed terms.'
  9. 'I am also looking for a firm commitment in the form of a date on which the agreed work will commence.'
  10. 'So any discussion or communication is impossible, as we do not have a mutually agreed definition of terms.'
  11. 'all the republics are agreed on the necessity of a common defence policy'
  12. 'For that reason all parties were agreed that no separate consideration need be given to these provisions.'
  13. 'Lady Antonia and myself are both agreed that this is bad news.'
  14. 'Everyone is agreed that the Constitution needs review and a start has been made.'
  15. 'The compensation is merely a matter of redress, on which it appears generally agreed that no tax should be payable.'


1. arranged or set by common consent: They met at the agreed time.

More examples(as adjective)

"numbers can be agreed in places."

"pacts can be agreed in/at/on dates."

"candidates can be agreed with premiers."

"treaties can be agreed at summits."

"pacts can be agreed at summits."

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