Agenda (noun)

  1. A plan or program of things to be done, especially in a meeting or political assembly.
  2. A list of items to be discussed or considered.
  3. A hidden or underlying plan or motive.

Origin:

Late 17th century: from latin, literally "things to be done", neuter plural of agendus, gerundive of agere "do".

Examples:

  1. The meeting's agenda included discussing the budget.
  2. The agenda for the next board meeting includes several important items.
  3. The politicians were accused of having a hidden agenda.
  4. The company has an agenda to expand its market share.
  5. The agenda of the conference was to discuss the latest developments in technology.
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