Agreed means basically the same thing. It is short for “It is agreed” or “I am agreed”. In this case you can just say the word “agreed” on its own.
Is there a word Agreed?
arranged or set by common consent: They met at the agreed time.
What do you mean by Agreed?
1a : to concur in (something, such as an opinion) : admit, concede They agreed that he was right. b : to consent to as a course of action She agreed to sell him the house. 2 chiefly British : to settle on by common consent : arrange … I agreed rental terms with him …—
How do you use Agreed?
Agreed sentence example
- Brandon, we all agreed on those rules.
- He agreed to keep our conversation limited to the two of us and is willing to listen to you.
- We breakfasted and were on the road by the agreed time.
- He agreed to take the boy with him and teach him how to be a good sailor.
Is I Am agreed correct?
Although “estoy de acuerdo” literally means “I am of agreement”, the latter is not used in English. Some learners try to improve on “I am agree” by saying “I am agreed”, which makes sense grammatically but which is unfortunately also not used. The correct form is: correct I agree with you.
[KEY]What can I say instead of i agree?[/KEY]
Different Ways to Say I Agree
- I agree with you.
- We are of one mind.
- You can say that again.
- I could not agree with you more.
- That’s right.
- You took the words right out of my mouth.
Is Agreed past tense?
Agree verb forms
|Infinitive||Present Participle||Past Tense|
What is substitute of agree?
assent (to), comply (with), consent (to), go (by), subscribe.
Where do we use Agreed?
When you are discussing something, you can say ‘Agreed? ‘ to check whether the other people agree with what you have just said. You can say ‘Agreed’ if you agree with what someone has just said. ‘That means we move out today.
[KEY]Why do we say Agreed?[/KEY]
agree is the verb form. If you use a verb on its own, it is an imperative: telling somebody to do something. So, if you simply say agree, you are telling the other person to agree with you.
How do you respond to agreed?
- I agree with you 100 percent.
- I couldn’t agree with you more.
- That’s so true.
- That’s for sure.
- (slang) Tell me about it!
- You’re absolutely right.
- That’s exactly how I feel.
How do you use agreed upon in a sentence?
constituted or contracted by stipulation or agreement.
- No basis for negotiations has been agreed upon.
- As soon as the details had been agreed upon, the results would be proclaimed.
- History is a set of lies agreed upon.
- It was a mutually agreed upon decision.
- Thus, the couple had agreed upon a simple contract.
[KEY]Are agreeing or agree?[/KEY]
You can use “I am agreeing” for emphasis. If someone says to you that he thinks that what you’ve said is wrong, you might say: ‘But I’m agreeing with you’, in other words what I am saying doesn’t confict with what you are saying. In ordinary circumstances, as Mole says, I agree would be more usual.
[KEY]What is another way to say I agree with you?[/KEY]
We’re in accord. I agree. Absolutely! You’re absolutely right.
How do you say I’m not agree?
Did not agree in a sentence?
The “Times” did not agree. Judge Kahn did not agree. The market did not agree. Ambassador Stevens did not agree.
Do not agreed meaning?
1. To not share the same opinion or feeling as someone. I’m afraid I don’t agree with Janet on this one.
[KEY]How do you say I agree without saying I agree in an essay?[/KEY]
What to say instead of I agree in an essay?
- “In my opinion, + [your sentence]”
- “I believe that + [your sentence]”
- “In my mind, + [your sentence]”
- “It would seem that + [your sentence]”
- “It could be argued that + [your sentence]”
- “This suggests that + [your sentence]”
- “This proves that + [your sentence]”
How do you say I agree in a formal way?
Other Ways to Say “I Agree” during a formal business meeting (to your boss, colleagues)
- 01“That is right”
- 02“You can say that again”
- 03“I concur with you”
- 04“I could not agree with you more”
- 05“Lead the way “
- 06“There is no doubt “
- 07“That is absolutely true.
- 08“Exactly what I was thinking”
Is Agreed present or past?
The past tense of agree is agreed. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of agree is agrees. The present participle of agree is agreeing. The past participle of agree is agreed.
What tense is had agreed?
|past perfectⓘ pluperfect|
|he, she, it||had agreed|
How do you conjugate agree?
Full conjugation of “to agree”
- Present. I. agree. agree.
- Present continuous. I. am agreeing. are agreeing.
- Simple past. I. agreed. agreed.
- Past continuous. I. was agreeing. were agreeing.
- Present perfect. I. have agreed.
- Present perfect continuous. I. have been agreeing.
- Past perfect. I. had agreed.
- Past perfect continuous. I. had been agreeing.
What kind of verb is agreed?
[intransitive, transitive] to say “yes”; to say that you will do what someone wants or that you will allow something to happen I asked for a pay raise and she agreed.
[KEY]What is the prefix to the word agree?[/KEY]
Look at the words – DISAGREE, AGREE and AGREEMENT. Here, AGREE is the root word whilst DIS is the prefix and MENT is the suffix.
Are we all agreed meaning?
If two or more people are agreed, they have the same opinion: Are we all agreed (on that)? [ + that ] The members are agreed that the proposal should be rejected. Want to learn more?
Is as agreed?
“As agreed” means “as was agreed (on)”, “as is agreed (on)”, or “as has been agreed (on)”. In other words their moving south was agreed on, and our going together was agreed on.
What preposition is used after Agree?
To agree with someone is to share a point of view with him/her, and to agree with an idea or proposal is to accept it and to believe that it’s valid. Example use that includes both prepositions: “He agreed with you on whether we should increase the salary.”
Do you agree on or with?
When you agree with a person or an idea, you are of the same opinion or have the same idea. When you (as a group) agree about something, you are of the same opinion. When you agree on a plan, you decide jointly with others to do something.