英 [əˈgri:mənt] 美 [əˈɡrimənt]
名词 协定，协议; 同意，一致; 合同书; (词之间性、数、人称方面与…)一致
1. They have made an agreement about the plan.
2. My parents are in agreement on what color to paint the house.
3. The three sides reached an agreement to stop the war.
A：Let’s see if we can reach some sort of agreement over your curfew.
B：Okay. Everyone else’s parents let them stay out until two or three in the morning.
好吧，别人的父母都让他们玩到凌晨2 点或3 点。
A：Well. I’m not everyone else’s father. I think you need to be in the house by ten o’clock.
B：That’s absurd. I know some junior high kids who can stay out later than that.
A：I’ll be worried if you stay out late.
B：Okay, how about a midnight curfew? And I’ll let you know where I am.
A：That sounds reasonable.
An agreement is a formal decision about future action which is made by two or more countries, groups, or people.
e.g. It looks as though a compromise agreement has now been reached...
e.g. The two countries signed an agreement to jointly launch satellites.
Agreement on something is a joint decision that a particular course of action should be taken.
e.g. The two men had not reached agreement on any issues...
e.g. But instead of ending in agreement, the talks broke up in acrimony at the end of the week.
Agreement with someone means having the same opinion as they have.
e.g. The judge kept nodding in agreement...
e.g. There was general agreement that every effort should be made to prevent the war from spreading.
Agreement to a course of action means allowing it to happen or giving it your approval.
e.g. The clinic doctor will then write to your GP to get his agreement.
If there is agreement between two accounts of an event or two sets of figures, they are the same or are consistent with each other.
e.g. Many other surveys have produced results essentially in agreement with these figures.
In grammar, agreement refers to the way that a word has a form appropriate to the number or gender of the noun or pronoun it relates to.