[ah-grey-mahnt; French a-grey-mahn]
noun, plural a·gré·ments [ah-grey-mahnts; French a-grey-mahn] /ˌɑ greɪˈmɑnts; French a greɪˈmɑ̃/.
Music. ornament(def 9).
agréments. Also a·gré·mens [a-grey-mahn] /a greɪˈmɑ̃/. agreeable qualities or circumstances.
the official approval by a government of a proposed envoy from a foreign government.
Origin of agrément
1705–15; < French: literally, pleasure; see agreement
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Examples from the Web for agrement
Historical Examples of agrement
I want nothing in the world but what is honest, so make the agrement as you like, and I'll bide by it.
- formal approval for a construction project to proceed
- (as modifier)an agrément certificate
Word Origin for agrément
C20: French, literally: agreement
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