verb (agrees, agreeing, agreed)[no object]
- see differ.
late Middle English: from Old French agreer, based on Latin ad- 'to' + gratus 'pleasing'
Note the distinction between agreeing to something like a plan, scheme, or project and agreeing with somebody: I agree to the repayment schedule suggested; Danielle agrees with Eric that we should all go hiking on Saturday; humid weather does not agree with me. The construction agree with is also used regarding two things that go together: that story does not agree with the facts; the verb must agree with the noun in person and number.