Definition of agreed in English:

agreed

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Pronunciation: /əˈɡriːd
 
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adjective

[attributive]
1Discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties: the agreed date
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  • The actual night has no agreed upon origin, rather a cluster of speculated ones.
  • This meeting was to discuss the views of patients and professionals on what to do in a crisis and to negotiate agreed solutions.
  • For both tobacco and diet there are no agreed targets or internationally accepted indicators of progress.
1.1(Of two or more parties) holding the same view or opinion on something: all the republics are agreed on the necessity of a common defence policy [with clause]: we are agreed that what is needed is a catchy title
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  • For that reason all parties were agreed that no separate consideration need be given to these provisions.
  • All political parties are agreed that something needs to be done to reverse the fortunes.
  • Certainly it should try and do so if both parties are agreed that they would like the matter resolved on the affidavits.

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