Definition of Accord in English :

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Accord

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Noun

1. accord, agreement

harmony of people's opinions or actions or characters

Example Sentences:
'the two parties were in agreement'

2. accord, accordance, conformity

concurrence of opinion

Example Sentences:
'we are in accord with your proposal'

3. accord, pact, treaty

a written agreement between two states or sovereigns

4. accord

sympathetic compatibility

Verb

1. accord, agree, concord, consort, fit in, harmonise, harmonize

go together

Example Sentences:
'The colors don't harmonize'
'Their ideas concorded'

2. accord, allot, grant

allow to have

Example Sentences:
'grant a privilege'


1. accord, agreement

harmony of people's opinions or actions or characters

Example Sentences:
'the two parties were in agreement'

2. accord, accordance, conformity

concurrence of opinion

Example Sentences:
'we are in accord with your proposal'

3. accord, pact, treaty

a written agreement between two states or sovereigns

4. accord

sympathetic compatibility


1. accord, agree, concord, consort, fit in, harmonise, harmonize

go together

Example Sentences:
'The colors don't harmonize'
'Their ideas concorded'

2. accord, allot, grant

allow to have

Example Sentences:
'grant a privilege'

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Accord

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noun
1. 
agreement; conformity; accordance (esp in the phrase in accord with)
2. 
consent or concurrence of opinion
3.  with one accord
4. 
pleasing relationship between sounds, colours, etc; harmony
5. 
a settlement of differences, as between nations; compromise
6.  of one's own accord
verb
7. 
to be or cause to be in harmony or agreement
8. (transitive)
to grant; bestow

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Accord

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verb transitive
1. 
to make agree or harmonize; reconcile
2. 
to grant or concede; bestow
verb intransitive
3. 
to be in agreement or harmony (with)
noun
4. 
mutual agreement; harmony
5. 
an informal agreement, as between countries
6. 
harmony of sound, color, etc.
7.  Obsolete
consent; permission

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Accord

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v. ac·cord·ed, ac·cord·ing, ac·cords
v.tr.
1. To give or grant, especially as being due or appropriate: accorded the president the proper deference.
2. Archaic To cause to conform or agree; bring into harmony.
v.intr.
To be in agreement, unity, or harmony. See Synonyms at correspond.
n.
1. Agreement; harmony: act in accord with university policies.
2. A settlement or compromise between conflicting parties: The strikers and the owners reached an accord.
3. Spontaneous or voluntary desire to take a certain action: The children returned on their own accord. He confessed of his own accord.

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