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Describing agreement and agreements

agreed

adjective

an agreed price, limit, date etc is one that people have talked about and accepted

binding

adjective

if an agreement, contract, decision etc is binding, you must do what it says

qualified

adjective

qualified support or agreement is not completely positive because someone has some doubts or criticisms

contractual

adjective

agreed to or stated in a contract

renewable

adjective

a renewable contract, agreement etc can be continued for a longer period of time

unanimous

adjective

a unanimous decision, vote, agreement etc is one that everyone agrees with and supports

broad

adjective

if there is broad agreement about something, most people agree about it in a general way, even if they do not agree on all its details

consensual

adjective

agreed to by all the people involved

broadly

adverb

something that is broadly accepted is accepted by most people in a general way, even if they do not agree about all the details

be understood

to be agreed without having to be discussed

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a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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