d'accord translation | French-English dictionary

d'accord adv.
all right
[Bus.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
all right!
exp.
OK!
adv.
OK?
exp.
no agreement
v.
agree
[Bus.]
n.
tuning diode
[Tech.]
n.
mistake in agreement
nf.
concordance rule
nf.
chance of agreement
v.
come to an agreement
n.
draft agreement
[Bus.]
n.
tuning scale
[Tech.]
n.
tuning control
[Tech.]
n.
tuning peg
n.
draft agreement
n.
memorandum of agreement
[Bus.]
n.
memorandum of understanding
[Bus.]
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'd'accord' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adv.
d'accord
[Bus.]
adv.
d'accord.
adv.
D'accord,
exp.
D'accord!
adv.
D'accord ?
v.
être d'accord
[Bus.]
v.
être d'accord
pr. part
étant d'accord
[Bus.]
pr. part
étant d'accord
n.
circuit d'accord
[Tech.]
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Collins

accord

  

      nm  
   (=entente, convention)   agreement  
être d'accord avec qn      to agree with sb  
se mettre d'accord      to come to an agreement  
mettre 2 personnes d'accord      to make 2 people come to an agreement  
d'un commun accord      by common consent, by mutual agreement  
   (=consentement)   agreement, consent  
donner son accord      to give one's consent, to agree  
être d'accord      to agree  
d'accord!      OK!, all right!  
     (LINGUISTIQUE)   agreement
     (entre des styles, tons)    harmony
     (MUSIQUE)   chord  
accord parfait        (MUSIQUE)   tonic chord  


accord-cadre        ( accords-cadres    pl  )
      nm   framework agreement, outline agreement  
protocole d'accord  
      nm   draft treaty
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
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