Meaning of agrément in English:

agrément

noun

(also agrement)
  • 1Music
    In plural. Grace notes; embellishments.

  • 2Official approval given by the government of a country to a diplomatic representative of another country; an instance of this.

Pronunciation

agrément

/aˈɡreɪmɒ̃/ /əˈɡreɪmɒ̃/

Origin

Early 18th century (in an earlier sense). From French agrément (in plural) ornamental accessories, quality of that which is agreeable, grace note, musical ornamentation, specific uses of agrément.