|pretend to agree||play along|
|accept without question; submit, yield, give in; agree, go along with something||acquiesce|
|accompany or stay with, agree with, deceive over a long time||string along|
|achieve something by careful consideration, adopt pose, affect somebody suddenly, affect somebody with emotion, agree to terms, animal disease caused by flies, attempt technical rating in U.S. Navy, be noticed by somebody, be perceived by somebody, bit...||strike|
|act in a play, behave insincerely, pretend to be acting||play-act|
|act in agreement or unity, arrange, agree upon; plan together, arrange together, musical performance; coordination; harmony, public musical performance, reach a consensus, unified pair or group||concert|
|act like somebody, adopt something, cause disease, come to be or have, feeling associated with an action, influence, influence; move someone (emotionally); attack (of a disease); act as if, pretend; have a certain disposition towards; have an affinity ...||affect|
|act of refusing to do something; one who delays in signing a contract in the hopes of getting a better deal; one who refuses to cooperate, refusal to agree, somebody who holds out||holdout|
|act of taking; something taken; amount taken or collected at one time; income, proceeds, profits (Informal); movie scene filmed without interruption; sound recording made in one session; successful inoculation, agree to perform something, assume charge...||take|
|add harmony to a melody, agree; reconcile; add harmony to a melody (Music), blend pleasingly, make systems similar, play in harmony||harmonize|
|add up, total, reckon; list, record; correspond, be in agreement; keep a record of, agree or cause things to agree, count something, counterpart, identifying label or mark, keep score, make a score, mark representing number, notch cut into stick as rec...||tally|
|admit fact, agree, demand, having stipules, make formal promise, require that certain conditions be met before the signing of a contract; specify, require; promise, guarantee (regarding a contract)||stipulate|
|adopt something, pretend something, suppose, surmise, suppose to be true (especially without proof); take on a position or duty; adopt an idea or cause, take on role, take responsibility for something||assume|
|advance contract, early covenant; early agreement, advance pact, draft a contract ahead of time, make a covenant in advance; agree beforehand, make a pact in advance||precontract|
|affect badly, have different opinions, differ; be unsuited, not agree, not match||disagree|
|agree about something, agree; approve, agreement, accord, consensus, give permission for something||consent|
|agree by conceding, agreement, expose to danger, lessen value of something, potential danger or disgrace, settle a disagreement by making mutual concessions, settling of a disagreement by making mutual concessions, something accepted rather than wanted||compromise|
|agree in covenant, lawsuit for breach of agreement, legally binding agreement, mutual promises of God and Israelites, pledge, contract, formally agree||covenant|
|agree on or establish, play music energetically, shape with a hammer||hammer out|
|agree something, arrange or order something, attribute something, calculation of position, convert nitrogen to a stable form, cure something, determine; set firmly; stabilize; arrange; repair; prepare; attract; focus on; illegally influence the outcome...||fix|
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