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adjective agreed pronunciation in American English /əˈɡrid/
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  1. 1
    [only before noun] an agreed price, limit, date, etc. is one that people have talked about and accepted

    Her husband failed to pay her the agreed sum of money.

    We waited for a knock, which was the agreed signal.

    generally/mutually/nationally agreed (upon):

    There is no generally agreed upon definition of this term.

  2. 2
    if people are agreed, they all agree about what to do
    agreed on:

    Are we all agreed on where we’re going?

  3. 3
    spoken used for saying that you agree with a suggestion, or for asking people if they agree

    “The last one to arrive pays for the meal.” “Agreed.”

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