Definition of on the agenda in English:

on the agenda

phrase

  • 1Scheduled for discussion at a meeting.

    ‘the rights of minorities would be high on the agenda at the conference’
    • ‘Also, the Civil Defence chief has been continuing to place the issue on the agenda of meetings.’
    • ‘Ivory will again be a major issue on the agenda at the 11th meeting of CITES in April.’
    • ‘Plans to construct a wind farm are on the agenda for the September meeting of Ramsbottom and Tottington Area Board.’
    • ‘In this way, input from the public could have been put on the agenda of the meetings before any decision was made.’
    • ‘All members are requested to attend as there are a number of important items on the agenda for discussion.’
    • ‘This was one of the items on the agenda, up for discussion at the unit's AGM held recently.’
    • ‘The matter will now be put on the agenda for the next meeting of the Newry and Mourne Health Committee.’
    • ‘There were four points on the agenda of the meeting, held last Thursday, related to the sale.’
    • ‘All are asked to attend as a lot of matters are on the agenda for discussion.’
    • ‘It is thought business plans were among the issues on the agenda to be discussed at Wednesday's get together.’
    • ‘It was agreed that this item will remain on the agenda for the next meeting of the area committee.’
    • ‘It was agreed that this should be put on the agenda for the next meeting.’
    • ‘Respect insiders confirmed Galloway's performance was on the agenda at the meeting.’
    • ‘The main item on the agenda of the meeting is the contract and graded payment to the players.’
    • ‘There will be many items for discussion on the agenda and all members are asked to attend.’
    • ‘She added it would be put on the agenda at a meeting of the West Yorkshire Chamber of Trade this week.’
    • ‘The report is expected to be on the agenda of the next meeting of the conservators in July.’
    • ‘The parish council has put the subject on the agenda to be discussed at its next meeting.’
    • ‘Those and other matters are on the agenda for the meeting, which is open to the public.’
    • ‘They were high on the agenda at the annual meeting of the IMF held last September.’
    1. 1.1Likely or needing to be dealt with or done.
      ‘his release was not on the agenda’
      ‘national problems loomed large on the domestic agenda’
      • ‘Celebrating St George's Day in April was likely to be high on the agenda, she said.’
      • ‘But deals are definitely back on the agenda, particularly among mid cap companies.’
      • ‘War is likely to be high on the agenda as entrepreneurs attempt to work out whether the conflict is good or bad for business.’
      • ‘The Martell Grand National is likely to be on the agenda in the future for Intelligent, but not right away.’
      • ‘He also told the taxi leadership that the deals were on the agenda of the Sataco board for finalisation.’
      • ‘First on the agenda for Gatti is likely to be a super-bout against Floyd Mayweather in April.’
      • ‘The question of a net limiter is likely to reappear on the agenda when the budgetary consequences of enlargement are felt.’
      • ‘No doubt, though, discussion of such deals is back on the agenda of investors.’
      • ‘Now, it has been put on the agenda to form an Amnesty Law to allow for the release of all political prisoners.’
      • ‘Domestic harmony is probably low on the agenda just at that moment.’