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Mark agreed and they set out to sea.
But not all experts agree that this is a good idea.
It’s hard to get a dozen CEOs to agree about anything, but most agree with the Waiter Rule.
Later they agreed upon certain signs, called letters, which could be put together to show those sounds, and which could be written down.
I can’t agree more.
What has Nancy agreed to do with Bob next Saturday?
Most of the scientists agreed on several points.
agree with 同意，和…意见一致
agree on 对…取得一致意见
agree in 在…方面意见一致；在…相同
agree about 对…有相同的看法；就…取得一致意见
agree upon 对…取得一致意见
agree to do sth 赞成做某事
agree to do something 同意做某事
agree to disagree 消除分歧，求同存异；同意各自保留不同意见
agree up sth 在某一点上取得一致意见
SHARE OPINION 同意
1. ~ (with sb) (about / on sth) | ~ (with sth) to have the same opinion as sb; to say that you have the same opinion
▪ [V] When he said that, I had to agree.
He agreed with them about the need for change.
I agree with her analysis of the situation.
‘It’s terrible.’ ‘I couldn’t agree more (= I completely agree) !’
▪ [V (that)] We agreed (that) the proposal was a good one.
▪ [V speech] ‘That’s true’, she agreed.
2. be agreed (on / about sth) | be agreed (that…) if people are agreed or sth is agreed, everyone has the same opinion about sth
▪ [VN] Are we all agreed on this?
▪ [VN (that)] It was agreed (that) we should hold another meeting.
SAY YES 应允
3. ~ (to sth) to say ‘yes’; to say that you will do what sb wants or that you will allow sth to happen
▪ [V] I asked for a pay rise and she agreed.
Do you think he’ll agree to their proposal?
▪ [V (that)] She agreed (that) I could go early.
▪ [V to inf] She agreed to let me go early.
4. to decide with sb else to do sth or to have sth
▪ [VN] They met at the agreed time.
Can we agree a price?
They left at ten, as agreed.
▪ [V] Can we agree on a date?
▪ [V to inf] We agreed to meet on Thursday.
▪ [V wh-] We couldn’t agree what to do.
5. [VN] to officially accept a plan, request, etc.
SYN approve :
Next year’s budget has been agreed.
BE THE SAME 相符
6. [V] ~ (with sth) to be the same as sth
SYN tally :
The figures do not agree.
Your account of the accident does not agree with hers.
7. [V] ~ (with sth) to match a word or phrase in number , gender or person
In ‘Tom likes jazz’, the singular verb ‘likes’ agrees with the subject ‘Tom’.
在 Tom likes jazz 一句中,动词单数形式 likes 与主语 Tom 一致。
▪ a7gree to ‘differ
if ten people agree to differ, they accept that they have different opinions about sth, but they decide not to discuss it any longer
▪ not a’gree with sb (of food 食物)
to make you feel ill / sick
I love strawberries, but they don’t agree with me.
1 SAME OPINION 同样看法 [intransitive, transitive] to have or express the same opinion about something as someone else 同意，意见一致 OPP disagree
Teenagers and their parents rarely agree.
If she felt he was right, she would agree with him.
Most people nowadays would agree that a good pub is one of our best traditions.
We don’t agree on everything, of course.
I quite agree/I couldn’t agree more (=I agree completely) 我完全同意
‘We have to talk.’ ‘Absolutely, ’ Meredith replied. ‘I couldn’t agree more.’
2 SAY YES 赞成 [intransitive, transitive] to say yes to an idea, plan, suggestion etc 赞成，赞同 OPP refuse
I suggested we go somewhere for the weekend and she agreed at once.
agree to do something
No one really knows why he agreed to do the film.
My sister won’t agree to our mother going into a nursing home.
3 DECIDE TOGETHER 共同决定 [intransitive, transitive] to make a decision with someone after a discussion with them 达成一致；商定
agree to do something
We agreed to meet again the following Monday.
They managed to agree on a date for the wedding.
We agreed that elections would be held in May.
agree a price/plan/strategy etc
We agreed a new four-year contract.
4 BE THE SAME 同样 [intransitive] if two pieces of information agree with each other, they match or are the same 〔两条信息〕一致，相符
Your story doesn’t agree with what the police have told us.
5. agree to differ/disagree if two people agree to differ, they accept that they have different opinions about something and stop arguing about it 同意各自保留不同意见
6 agree with something phrasal verb
a) to believe that a decision, action, or suggestion is correct or right 赞成，同意
I don’t agree with hitting children.
b) not agree with somebody if a type of food does not agree with you, it makes you feel ill 〔某种食物〕不对某人胃口，某人吃了不舒服
Green peppers don’t agree with me.
c) if an adjective, verb etc agrees with a word, it matches that word by being plural if the word is plural etc 〔语法上〕呼应，与…一致
1.V-RECIP 相互动词同意;赞成;意见一致 If people agree with each other about something, they have the same opinion about it or say that they have the same opinion.
【语法信息】：pl-n V that
【语法信息】：V with n
【语法信息】：V with n that
【语法信息】：V with quote
If we agreed all the time it would be a bit boring, wouldn’t it?…
Both have agreed on the need for the money…
So we both agree there’s a problem?…
I see your point but I’m not sure I agree with you…
I agree with you that the open system is by far the best…
‘It’s appalling.’ — ‘It is. I agree.’…
I agree that the demise of London zoo would be terrible…
I agree with every word you’ve just said…
‘Frankly I found it rather frightening.’ — ‘A little startling,’ Mark agreed.
2.VERB 动词同意;应允;答应 If you agree to do something, you say that you will do it. If you agree to a proposal, you accept it.
【语法信息】：V to n
He agreed to pay me for the drawings…
Donna agreed to both requests…
All 100 senators agree to a postponement.
3.V-RECIP 相互动词商定；议定；就…达成协议 If people agree on something, or in British English if they agree something, they all decide to accept or do something.
【语法信息】：pl-n V on/upon n
【语法信息】：pl-n V n
【语法信息】：V n with n
【语法信息】：Also pl-n V to-inf
The warring sides have agreed on an unconditional ceasefire…
We never agreed a date…
The court had given the unions until September to agree terms with a buyer.
4.PHRASE 短语搁置争议;同意各自保留不同意见 If two people who are arguing about something agree to disagree or agree to differ, they decide to stop arguing because neither of them is going to change their opinion.
You and I are going to have to agree to disagree then.
5.VERB 动词赞成；赞同 If you agree with an action or suggestion, you approve of it.
【语法信息】：V with n
I don’t agree with what they’re doing…
In his heart he knew they’d agree with his stand.
6.V-RECIP 相互动词相符;吻合;与…一致 If one account of an event or one set of figures agrees with another, the two accounts or sets of figures are the same or are consistent with each other.
【语法信息】：V with n
His second statement agrees with facts as stated by the other witnesses.
7.VERB 动词（食物）不对胃口，使不舒服 If some food that you eat does not agree with you, it makes you feel ill.
【语法信息】：V with n
I don’t think the food here agrees with me.
8.VERB 动词（地方、经历）适合，适宜，对…有益 If a place or experience agrees with you, it makes you feel healthy and happy.
【语法信息】：V with n
You look great, Brian. The Bahamas certainly agree with you.
9.V-RECIP 相互动词（在数、性等方面）呼应，一致 In grammar, if a word agrees with a noun or pronoun, it has a form that is appropriate to the number or gender of the noun or pronoun. For example, in ‘He hates it’, the singular verb agrees with the singular pronoun ‘he’.
【搭配模式】：V with n
agrees; agreed; agreeing
: to have the same opinion同意；赞成
[no object] We agreed about some things, but we disagreed about others.
They agreed among themselves.
She says that a change is needed, and I agree completely.
I couldn’t agree more.
We can all agree on/about one thing: the current law needs to be changed.
Some critics have called the movie a masterpiece, but not everyone agrees.
The house is too big for one person, don’t you agree?
— often + with
I agree with you. = I agree with what you say.
[+ object] I agree (that) the house is too big.
We all agree (that) the law needs to be changed.
◊ When people are agreed, they have the same opinion.取得一致意见
We are all agreed that the law needs to be changed. [=we all agree that the law needs to be changed] 我们一致认为这项法律需要改变。
Researchers are now agreed that the cause of the disease is genetic.
“So we’ll have to revise the schedule. Agreed?” [=are we agreed?] “Agreed.” [=yes, we are agreed] “那么我们得调整一下安排，大家同意吗？”“没问题。“
◊ When a person or thing is agreed to be something specified, people regard that person or thing as something specified.被一致认为是
The movie is generally agreed to be a failure. [=most people think that the movie is a failure] 大家普遍认为这部电影是一个败笔。
She is widely agreed to be one of our best writers.
Her first book is almost universally agreed to be her best.
: to say that you will do, accept, or allow something that is suggested or requested by another person接受，同意，批准（意见、请求等）
[no object] The reporter asked her for an interview, and she reluctantly agreed. [=she reluctantly said yes] 记者要求采访她，她勉强同意了。
— often + to
He agreed to [=consented to] their proposal/plan.
agree to a compromise
She agreed to an interview. = She agreed to being interviewed.
[+ object] She asked if she could go with him, and he agreed that she could.
— often followed by to + verb常接动词不定式
He agreed to accept their proposal.
She reluctantly agreed to be interviewed.
He readily agreed to do what they wanted him to do.
They agreed not to oppose her nomination.
of two or more people or groups : to decide to accept something after discussing what should or might be done商定；一致认可
[no object] — usually + on or upon
The jurors were unable to agree on a verdict. [=to reach a verdict] 陪审员们无法就裁决达成一致。
agree on a plan
They agreed on a fair division of the profits.
The means of ending the dispute were finally agreed upon.
They should accept the terms that were originally agreed upon.
The price was agreed upon in advance.
[+ object] (Brit)
The jurors were unable to agree a verdict.
The means of ending the dispute were finally agreed.
◊ The forms agreed, agreed-upon, and (less commonly) agreed-on are used as adjectives in both U.S. and British English.在美国英语和英国英语中，agreed、agreed-upon和不太常用的agreed-on都用作形容词。
She paid him the agreed price.
They met at the agreed-upon time.
[no object] : to be alike : to resemble or match each other相符；相一致
The accounts of the accident did not agree (with each other).
The copies agree exactly with the originals.
These results agree with earlier studies.
[no object] grammar : to be alike in gender, number, case, or person（在性、数、格或人称方面）呼应，一致
A verb should agree with its subject.
A verb and pronoun should agree in number.
[no object] : to be suitable for or pleasing to someone适合（某人）— + with
The climate agrees with you. [=the climate suits you] 这种气候很适合你。
Spicy food doesn’t agree with me. [=spicy food makes me feel unwell] 辛辣食物不适合我。
agree to disagree (chiefly US) or chiefly British agree to differ
: to agree not to argue anymore about a difference of opinion同意各自保留不同意见
He likes golf and his wife likes tennis, so when it comes to sports, they have agreed to disagree.
agree with [phrasal verb] agree with (something)
: to regard (something) with approval赞成（某事）
Do you agree with capital punishment?
— see also agree 1, 6 (above)