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Agree to/agree with


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The usage of both 'agree to' and 'agree with' differs. The meanings and sample usages are given below:

Meaning of 'Agree to'


'Agree to' means to allow or give consent.

Meaning of 'Agree with'


'Agree with' means to be in agreement.


Sample Usage

Agree to



1. I don't agree to the terms and conditions put forward by you.
2. I agree to the time-table made by you for summer vacations.
3. I don't agree to what you have proposed.

Agree with



1. I agree with your content interpretation.
2. I don't agree with your views on Software as a Service.
3. I agree with Rajesh that roll out of new templates will enhance the look and feel of the document.


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