1. Yield to another's wish or opinion
2. Take on duties or office
3. To agree or express agreement
4. To be compatible or in accordance with; SYN. adhere, comply.
1. To admit into a group or community; SYN. admit, take, take on.
2. To give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to; SYN. consent, go for.
3. To react favorably to; consider right and proper
4. To consider or hold as true
5. To be designed to hold or take; SYN. take.
6. Said of a deliberative body: receive (a report) officially, as from a committee.
7. To be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
8. To receive willingly something given or offered; SYN. take, have.
9. To tolerate or accommodate oneself to; SYN. swallow.
1. To rest satisfied, or apparently satisfied, or to rest without opposition and discontent (usually implying previous opposition or discontent); to accept or consent by silence or by omitting to object; -- followed by
2. To concur upon conviction; to assent to; usually, to concur, not heartily but so far as to forbear opposition. SYN. To submit; comply; yield; assent; agree; consent; accede; concur; conform.
1. To achieve harmony of opinion, feeling, or purpose.
2. To be agreeable or suitable.
3. To be in accord; be in agreement; SYN. concur.
4. To consent or assent to a condition, or agree to do something:.
5. To show grammatical agreement.
6. Show grammatical agreement
7. Go together
8. Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
To agree or express agreement:; SYN. accede, acquiesce, comply.
1. To distribute into groups of a like kind; classify
2. To supply with an assortment (as of goods)
3. To agree in kind; harmonize
4. To keep company; associate
(Irregular preterit, past participle: became, become).
1. To come into existence.
2. To enhance the appearance of; SYN. suit.
3. To enter or assume a certain state or condition; SYN. go, get.
4. To undergo a change or development: SYN. turn into, turn to, turn.
1. To be perceived in a certain way; make a certain impression.
2. To communicate the intended meaning or impression; SYN. come over.
3. When people cross from one side of a space or distance to where you are, they come across.
4. When you come across people or things, you see or find them without planning or expecting to. Run across is similar to come across.
5. When something you say or do comes across a certain way, your attitude or feelings are perceived in this way by other people.
To be compliant; go along with; act in agreement with; SYN. follow, abide by.
To bring into focus or alignment; of ideas or emotions; SYN. focus.
(cause to) have or converge on a common center.
1. To give assent or approval; agree
2 archaic; to be in concord in opinion or sentiment
1. To arrive on shore; of ships; SYN. set ashore, shore.
2. To bring ashore
3. To cause to come to the ground; of aircraft; SYN. put down, bring down.
4. To deliver, as of a blow
5. To reach or come to rest; SYN. set down.