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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagreeda‧greed /əˈɡriːd/ ●●○ adjective [only before noun]  1 ACCEPTan agreed plan, price, arrangement etc is one that people have discussed and accepted The important thing is to have agreed objectives.2 be agreed3 Agreed
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agreedFor the first half of the meeting the division was split into two large committees to work through the agreed agenda.But gradually a mutual respect, based on agreed boundaries for each other's territory and mutual usefulness, built up.The eight-day tie-up has been an agreed method within the Community during the current year.The prisoners can each be sure of benefiting if they have a previously agreed pact never to confess, whatever the circumstances.an agreed price for the wheatEach order for goods or services then gives rise to a separate contract, subject to the agreed terms.An agreed time for finishing each session can be an advantage, although this too must be flexibly interpreted.
AgreedAgreedused to check if someone agrees, or to show that you agree ‘Let’s just forget it ever happened. Agreed?’ ‘Agreed.’ agreed
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