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phrasal verb [transitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theyagree with
he/she/itagrees with
present participleagreeing with
past tenseagreed with
past participleagreed with
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  1. 1
    agree with something to think that something is the right thing to do

    I don’t agree with corporal punishment in schools.

    agree with doing something:

    He doesn’t agree with giving money to beggars.

  2. 2
    if a situation or way of living agrees with you, you enjoy it and feel happy and relaxed

    I find that country life really agrees with me.

  3. 3
    agree with someone if something such as food or drink agrees with you, it does not make you feel ill

    Stop taking the medicine if it doesn’t agree with you.

  4. 4
    agree with something linguistics if a word such as a verb or adjective agrees with a noun or pronoun, it has the correct form for the noun or pronoun, according to whether it is singular or plural, masculine or feminine
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