Accord ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Accord ( noun )

  1. An agreement or treaty.
  2. A concurrence of opinion or action.
  3. A harmonious arrangement or relationship.

Origin:

From old french acorder, from latin ad- "to" + cordis "of the heart".

Examples:

  1. The two countries signed an accord.
  2. The accord was reached after months of negotiations.
  3. There was accord among the committee members.
  4. The accord between the two nations was short-lived.
  5. The musicians played in accord with one another.

(As a verb)

Accord ( verb )

  1. An agreement or treaty.
  2. A concurrence of opinion or action.
  3. A harmonious arrangement or relationship.

Origin:

From old french acorder, from latin ad- "to" + cordis "of the heart".

Examples:

  1. The two countries signed an accord.
  2. The accord was reached after months of negotiations.
  3. There was accord among the committee members.
  4. The accord between the two nations was short-lived.
  5. The musicians played in accord with one another.
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