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(that's) fine with me

I'm amenable to this situation. A: "How do you feel about going to the eight o'clock movie?" B: "Fine with me!" Sure, spaghetti's fine with me—let's start cooking.
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(that's) fine with me

 and (that's) fine by me; (that's) okay by me; (that's) okay with me
That is agreeable as far as I am concerned. (The expressions with by are colloquial.) Sue: I'm giving away your old coat. Bob: That's fine with me. Sally: Can I take twenty dollars out of your wallet? Fred: That's okay by me—if you can find it, of course.
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However, on the cause of death, Justice Anselm said he was agreeable with the pathologist's findings upon examination of the body, and post-mortem results that he had died of a lung infection.
This is how Welsh respondents rated themselves: | Agreeable: Welsh respondentswere the second-least agreeable at 66%, Northern Ireland respondentswere the most at 70.3% | Extroverted: Welsh peoplewere the third-least extroverted at 60.7%, those in South-West England came first with 63% | Anxious: Respondents from Wales were the second-most anxious at 58%, those in Yorkshire & The Humber topped the list at 58.3% | People from Wales were the least open to experiences at 60.7% while Northern Irish respondents topped the list at 64%
She said in consultation with all stakeholders, a clear, short and agreeable definition should be defined at the earliest, which then should be debated for legit definition.
Their analyses investigated whether the reason agreeable individuals were more likely to experience financial hardship was because of their more cooperative negotiation style or instead the lower value they assign to money.
BEIRUT: Free Patriotic Movement and Lebanese Forces officials have agreed to reach a mutually agreeable solution to a dispute over the installation of a statue in a town in Zahle.
He urged the whole nation to agree on charter of ethics and morality and express their differences in an agreeable manner within religious and constitutional limits.
Even when she is boiling inside, perhaps because of fear of not seeming agreeable, she will bolt it in.
They are related to his relative niceness and even blandness in his performances in the past, which have tended to be too agreeable and 'safe' to connect with the viewers' empathetic feelings in a vitally visceral way.
Counsel for Pillai told the bench that she had asked Paes for a house but he was not agreeable to it.
As a condition of closing, Stargreen must close on mutually agreeable terms a minimum investment of USD 5m and a maximum of USD 20m.
It would suspend the implementation of the new policy which requires all employment contracts between foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) and their employers to contain a provision excepting the cleaning of exterior windows as part of FDHs' duties for a month (until November 14) so that the two governments could have more thorough discussions on the matter and fully consult the stakeholders, with a view to identifying a mutually agreeable way forward.
Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, and Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, share the preference for a nominee who is more agreeable to them on the issues than for someone who is more likely to be elected.
In a letter to his wife Clementine, the future PM described both Coco and the main house on the estate as "very agreeable".
So someone with access to your wall could quickly score you on the five main personality traits: extroversion/introversion, how open you are to new experiences, how conscientious you are, how agreeable you are and how neurotic you are.
"The more agreeable someone is, the more likely they are to be trusting, helpful and compassionate," LiveScience says, while "disagreeable people are cold and suspicious of others, and they're less likely to cooperate."