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.


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


  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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