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Words That Show Agreement

Abr 15, 2021 by     No Comments    Posted under: Sin categoría

Bargain, as a nod and verb, began to be exchanged in English in the 14th century. We know that it developed from the Anglo-French Bargaigner, which means “bargaining,” but its history later is unclear. The first known use refers to a company that refers to a discussion between two parties on the terms of the agreement. used to say that you accept a situation in which something has been decided or is necessary, even if you are not happy with that This sense fell into dilapidated at the end of the 17th century; another 14th century negotiating feeling, which refers to an agreement (concluded by discussion) that says what each party gives or receives to the other party or the other party survives. It was not until the 16th century that the good deal was used as a word for what is acquired by such an agreement through negotiation, haggling, ringing… through negotiations. In the 17th century, the cartel referred to a written agreement between the warring nations, particularly for the treatment and exchange of prisoners. This use is illustrated by Bishop Gilbert Burnet in his story of his own time (1734): “Thanks to a cartel that had been established between the two armies, all prisoners had to be redeemed at a certain price and within a limited time.” The word covenant is often associated with Christian and Jewish religions. In the Old Testament, it refers to agreements or treaties between peoples or nations, but above all the promises that God has promised to humanity (for example.

B the promise to Noah never again to destroy the earth by flooding, or the promise made to Abraham that his descendants will multiply and inherit the land of Israel). The revelation of God`s law to Moses on Mount Sinai created a pact between God and Israel, known as the Sinai Covenant. The law was inscribed on two panels and, in biblical times, it was housed in a golden wooden box known as the Ark of the Covenant. That you agree with something, but you doubt exactly /absolutely/I could no longer agree: I could say that you totally agree with someone: “When we were young, people didn`t get into debt.” “That`s right. You just bought what you can afford. “I think Jacob is the best person for the job. “Absolutely. I`ll be surprised if he doesn`t get it. “We had to wait three months to get a phone line – that`s ridiculous. “I couldn`t agree more. ” used to say that you agree/not used with something like the result of your moral, religious or political convictions, to say that almost everyone with the opinion given obviously to all of us know that the composition that has been achieved in Korea is not satisfactory for America, but it is much better than continuing the bloody, sad victim of life without a possible strict military victory. — Dwight D. Eisenhower, address, August 19, 1954 used to tell someone that their idea or suggestion seems like a good one to say that you want to shake hands with someone to show that you are both used to show that you agree with something, approve them, or understand them, but the contract may relate to any agreement between two or more parties that is legally applicable. As a general rule, a contract creates in each party the obligation to do something (for example.B. to offer goods or services at a specified price and on a specified time frame.

It can also create the obligation to do nothing (. B, for example, disclosing sensitive information to companies). to say that you agree with someone`s description or opinion of something that is used to say that you agree with a plan or that you like a certain idea, I guess (so)/I guess (so): used if you accept that someone is right, but you are not satisfied with the situation: `We need to get new tires.` “I guess that`s what I think. But it`s going to be expensive. The Convention is a well-known word for a large gathering of people who generally take several days to talk about their work or common interests – a teachers` or publishers` convention, for example – or for a co-purpose purpose.

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