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See the entry foracorde.
-I agreed
Preteriteyoconjugation ofacordar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (pursuant to)
a. in accordance with
Redacté un contrato laboral acorde a la reglamentación actual.I drew an employment contract in accordance with the current regulations.
b. in compliance with
Tienes que completar una solicitud acorde con la directiva.You need to fill a request in compliance with the guidelines.
c. in keeping with
Las partes no establecieron una sociedad acorde a lo dispuesto por ley.The parties didn't establish a partnership in keeping with the law.
2. (suitable)
a. appropriate to
Raúl dio un discurso que no era acorde con un funeral.Raul gave a speech that wasn't appropriate to a funeral.
b. in keeping with
Marta era la única que tenía un atuendo acorde con la ocasión.Marta was the only one wearing an outfit in keeping with the occasion.
3. (holding the same views)
a. in agreement
El negocio no se realizó porque las partes no estaban acordes.The business deal wasn't closed because the parties weren't in agreement.
b. agreed
Si estamos acordes, podemos proceder a realizar los cambios.If we are agreed, we can proceed to implement the changes.
4. (consonant)
a. harmonious
Estas cuatro notas suenan acordes tocadas al unísono.These four notes sound harmonious together.
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
5. (music)
a. chord
La canción tiene solamente tres acordes mayores: re, do y sol.The song is played using only three major chords: D, C, and G.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (conforme)
a. in agreement
estar acorde conto be in keeping with
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
2. (music)
a. chord
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acorde a o con [+situación, posición] appropriate to; [+ley, directiva] in conformity o compliance with; su comportamiento fue acorde a o con las circunstancias her behaviour was appropriate to the circumstances; un motor acorde a o con las normas ecológicas an engine that complies with environmental regulations
nuevas medidas acordes con la ley
2 (coincidente)
estar acordes to be agreed; be in agreement
3 (Música) harmonious
(Música) chord
a los acordes de la marcha nupcial to the strains of the wedding march
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