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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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The seller would not release its corporate resolutions until the buyer agree to the proposed changes.
If such was the intent 6f the parties, these courts sometimes reason, why did the guarantors not agree to a full principal payment guaranty?
Guarantors, for instance, often agree to remain liable under their guaranties notwithstanding modifications to the underlying loan, extensions of time granted to the borrower, releases of collateral securing the loan or releases of the borrower from its obligations under the operative loan documents.
In addition, a QI not assuming primary withholding responsibility nevertheless must agree to withhold if it knows that an amount was supposed to be withheld from the payment and the full amount was not withheld.
For example, the IRS and taxpayer agree to approximate a LIFO adjustment using an agreed upon "short-cut" method rather than requiring the taxpayer to go through a very lengthy and time-consuming recalculation for years in which returns have already been filed.