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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

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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 taxpayer had personally executed an agreement with class counsel, agreeing to pay for their services.
Third baseman Dave Magadan took a $200,000 cut to stay with San Diego, agreeing to a $575,000, one-year contract.
The meeting concluded with the IRS and NTI members of the team agreeing to develop flow charts of their respective processes for initiating and completing IDRs for presentation and discussion.
All of the above are quite significant, because if the City Council, on the recommendation of Hahn, decides to accept federal monitoring and the Justice Department agrees, the Justice Department is agreeing to the fact that the local authorities do have the police power to act.
In exchange for the transfer of an interest in the Shuteen Project and for agreeing to restructure the China joint venture, Pacific Minerals has agreed to issue Ivanhoe 2.
Poole re-signs with Giants: Pitcher Jim Poole re-signed with the San Francisco Giants, agreeing to a $1.
The City and Central Hudson signed a separate agreement last July under which construction of the new facilities was resumed, with Central Hudson agreeing to fund the expected costs of $2.
acknowledges payment in full after agreeing to the amend original contract which included payment to reduce the number of shares from 150,000 to 50,000 shares.