past tense, past participle - agreed; verb
1) ((often with with) to think or say the same (as): I agreed with them that we should try again; The newspaper report does not agree with what he told us.) bli/være enig, stemme overens
2) (to say that one will do or allow something: He agreed to go; He agreed to our request.) samtykke
3) ((with with) to be good for (usually one's health): Cheese does not agree with me.) være godt/sunt for, tåle
4) (to be happy and friendly together: John and his wife don't agree.) passe sammen
- agreeably
- agreement
verb \/əˈɡriː\/
1) samtykke, innrømme
2) komme overens, bli enige, konstatere
they agreed to differ
de konstaterte at de var uenige (og ikke kunne komme videre)
3) være enig, stemme i med
4) passe, stemme
5) avstemme, få til å stemme
agree an account
6) godkjenne
7) (grammatikk) samsvare
agree more\/less være helt enig\/uenig
I couldn't agree more
jeg er helt enig
agree on\/about bli enige om, være enige om
agree (up)on (også) avtale
they agreed upon a date for the meeting
agree on fundamentals sefundamentals
agree that bli enig om at
you must agree that...
du må være enig om at...
agree to si ja til gå med på
agree with stemme overens med, passe
the climate doesn't agree with me
klimaet er ikke bra for meg
fish doesn't agree with me
jeg tåler ikke fisk
(grammatikk) rette seg etter, samsvare
the verb agrees with the subject
agree with somebody være enig med noen
I agree with you there
jeg er enig med deg i det

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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