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to agree with so.

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agree, with
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agree, with
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agree, with
Merriam Webster


agree, with
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mit jmdm. d'accord sein


mit, sein

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\tto accord (with sth./so.) - \t(mit etw. Dat./jmdm.) d'accord seinLast post 20 May 19, 16:08
Siehe Wörterbuch: to accord'accordWortart Adje…9 Replies
agree on, agree to, agree withLast post 30 Jul 08, 10:06
Can anyone explain the difference? For example can you say 'agree to the changes made....' …1 Replies
to agree with - bekommenLast post 23 Jun 05, 12:15
Diese UEbersetzung macht irgendwie keinen Sinn. Mir ist keine Situation bekannt, in der man …6 Replies
agree to/withLast post 24 May 12, 08:49
Ich dachte immer, es heißt agree with sb./sth. Jetzt sehe ich, dass es auch "agree to sth./s…5 Replies
I (quite) agree with you. - Ich stimme mit Ihnen/dir überein.Last post 24 Jul 19, 17:07
LEO hat bisher die beiden Paare:I agree with you. - Ich stimme mit Ihnen überein.I quite ag…12 Replies
agree to / agree withLast post 14 Apr 13, 13:57
"Agree to" means "to consent to, to accept" (usually a plan or idea). "Agree with" means "to…5 Replies
to be on par with - gleich sein mitLast post 22 Apr 11, 13:12 Replies
to bear with so. - mit jmdm. geduldig seinLast post 06 Oct 12, 18:26
"Geduldig sein" is intransitive: A person can be "geduldig", but not "geduldig mit jemandem.…1 Replies
angry with/at someone - böse mit jmdm sein.Last post 15 Feb 09, 21:38
Sagt man das eigentlich? Google zeigt deutlich mehr Ergebnisse für "böse auf" und in denen f…4 Replies
to agree on sth. - übereinkommenLast post 14 Jan 13, 21:35
agree on something shake hands on, reach agreement on, settle on, negotiate, work out, arriv…15 Replies
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