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.
(Homonym: by, bye).
(Irregular preterit, past participle: bought).
1. To obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; SYN. purchase.
2. To acquire by trade or exchange.
3. To be worth or be capable of buying.
4. To accept as true.
1. To examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition; SYN. check up on, look into, check out, suss out, check over, go over, check into.
2. To be verified or confirmed; pass inspection; SYN. check out.
3. To make an examination or investigation.
4. To verify by consulting a source or authority.
5. To arrest the motion (of something) abruptly.
6. To slow the growth or development of; SYN. retard, turn back, arrest, stop, contain, hold back.
7. To stop for a moment, as if out of uncertainty or caution.
8. To hand over something to somebody as for temporary safekeeping.
9. To put a check mark on or next to; SYN. check off, mark, mark off, tick off.
10. To consign for shipment on a vehicle, as of luggage.
11. To mark into squares or draw squares on; draw crossed lines on; SYN. checker, chequer.
12. To make cracks or chinks in; SYN. chink.
13. To place into check in a game of chess.
14. To block or impede (a player from the opposing team) in ice hockey.
15. To stop in a chase esp. when scent is lost.
16. To decline to initiate betting, in poker.
17. To abandon the intended prey, turn, and pursue an inferior prey, of falcons.
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1. To stick together; to cleave; to be united; to hold fast, as parts of the same mass.
2. To be united or connected together in subordination to one purpose; to follow naturally and logically, as the parts of a discourse, or as arguments in a train of reasoning; to be logically consistent.
3. To suit; to agree; to fit.
4. Adhere together; be united or consistent.
1. To be the same.
2. To go with, fall together; SYN. cooccur.
To happen simultaneously; SYN. coincide.
1. Lie, reside — usually used with in
2. To be composed or made up — usually used with of
3. To be consistent
1. To repeat an action.
2. To repeat an action or statement.
1. To get on; to make progress, as in business.
2. To proceed; to advance; to prosper.
3. When you are able to do some sort of work without any serious problems, you get along.
1. To appear in a show, on T.V., radio, etc.; SYN. be on.
2. To grow late or (of time) elapse.
3. When you move your body toward something and stand, sit, or lie on it, you get on it.
4. When you mount an animal, bicycle, motorcycle, and so on, you get on it.
5. When you enter a bus, train, airplane, ship, and so on, you get on it.
advance · age · be on · bestride · board · climb on · come along · come on · get along · get along with · get on with · hop on · jump on · maturate · mature · mount · mount up · progress · senesce · shape up
To keep score, as in games; SYN. chalk up.
1. To change the color or tone of.
2. To change to a color image; of photography.
3. To give a healthy elasticity to; SYN. tone up, strengthen.