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agree to

To approve of or consent to something. I will agree to wash the dishes if you will take out the trash. We refuse to agree to this contract until we are fully satisfied with its terms.
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agree to something

to consent to something; to allow something to be done; to approve something. If you don't agree to my leaving early, I'll just do it anyway.
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agree to

v.
To consent to something; accede to something: The store owner agreed to the supplier's new proposal for a weekly shipment. I cannot agree to going with you on such a dangerous adventure!
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They also agreed to promote closer economic and trade relations of the interest of both the countries.
S South and North Korea agreed to establish a joint liaison office with resident representatives of both sides in the Gaeseong region in order to facilitate close consultation between the authorities as well as smooth exchanges and cooperation between the peoples.
Under the financial regulation agreed under the Long Term Plan (LTP), it was agreed to use Chinese Yuan in cross border trade and project financing, sources said.
Other three situations have almost similar results: majority respondents with averages of a little more than 50% agreed to speak English.
39% agreed to strongly agreed that they go to school because of what they learn in their classes.
-- agreed to advance the process of the six-nation talks.
(14) Simultaneously, the government filed a criminal charge against KPMG, largely tracking the firm's confession, but prosecutors agreed to defer pursuing the case, and ultimately to dismiss the charge, if KPMG complied in full with the terms of the agreement.
"It is heartening that the school board has agreed to conduct future graduation ceremonies in settings where all students and their families will feel welcome."
VNU has agreed to reimburse IMS $15 million of costs related to the failed purchase and an additional $45 million to IMS if VNU agrees to be acquired over the next 12 months.
Eighty-four percent of women in a multicenter study who were offered a rapid HW test during labor agreed to be tested; the test proved to be highly reliable and thus gave women who had not known that they were infected an opportunity to receive treatment aimed at preventing transmission of the virus to their infant during delivery.
However, the spirit of reconciliation at this bishops' meeting was further advanced as bishops from two ends of the political spectrum agreed to sit on the group's agenda committee: Bishop Michael Ingham of New Westminster, whose diocese has voted to accept the blessing of gay unions, and conservative bishop William Anderson of Caledonia.
(3) Despite failing to reconcile these markedly different positions by denying certiorari on this issue on five prior occasions, (4) for reasons which are not yet clear, the Supreme Court recently agreed to consider the irreconcilable split in the circuits, by agreeing to review the Sixth Circuit's decision in Banks (5) and the Ninth Circuit's decision in Banaitis.
Responding to an Air Force demand that the aerospace giant hire an outside ethics watchdog to alert the government of any future transgressions by the company, Boeing has tentatively agreed to the measure as part of a broad administrative settlement still being negotiated with the Air Force.
A system of dual-key exchange rate intervention agreed to by the United States, Japan, and the eurozone should be adopted in response to this situation.
He has recently, and halfheartedly, agreed to hold talks; the next round is set for June.