- 1 u (agreement, harmony) acuerdo (m) to be in accord with sb/sth estar* de acuerdo con algn/algo of one's own accord (de) motu propio, voluntariamente the children helped of their own accord los niños ayudaron (de) motu propio or voluntariamente the wheel seemed to turn of its own accord la rueda parecía girar por sí sola or por impulso propio with one accord de común acuerdo
- 2 c (treaty, understanding) acuerdo (m)More example sentences
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- Months after his visit in 1996, peace accords were signed.
- In 1996, peace accords were signed to bring an end to the armed conflict and to strike at the root causes of war.
- Today, with peace accords signed, open elections have decided the current government.
- Our experts are in accord: nothing builds legs like squats because they're a compound movement that stimulates all major muscles of the legs.
- The two men were in accord as to how the world ‘should’ work.
- Indeed, they were not just in accord: they were symbiotic.
- [formal] [honor] conceder, otorgar*, conferir*; [welcome] dar*; [priority/significance] conceder, dar* to accord sb an honor concederle* or otorgarle* or conferirle* a algn un honorMore example sentences
- This was rejected, however, and full constitutional recognition was accorded to them.
- Sandback has never received the recognition accorded his minimalist peers.
- The necklace suggests that the deceased had been accorded high status.