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accord

[ uh-kawrd ]
/ əˈkɔrd /
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verb (used without object)
to be in agreement or harmony; agree.
verb (used with object)
noun
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Idioms about accord

    of one's own accord, without being asked or told; voluntarily: We did the extra work of our own accord.

Origin of accord

1100–50; Middle English ac(c)corden,late Old English acordan<Old French acorder<Vulgar Latin *accordāre, equivalent to Latin ac-ac- + cord- heart, mind; see cordial, heart

synonym study for accord

1. See correspond.

OTHER WORDS FROM accord

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH accord

accord , afford
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British Dictionary definitions for accord

accord
/ (əˈkɔːd) /

noun
verb
to be or cause to be in harmony or agreement
(tr) to grant; bestow

Derived forms of accord

accordable, adjectiveaccorder, noun

Word Origin for accord

C12: via Old French from Latin ad- to + cord-, stem of cor heart
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Other Idioms and Phrases with accord

accord

see of one's own accord.

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