Synonyms of accord in English:

accord


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See Spanish definition of acuerdo

noun

1‘the two countries were about to sign an economic cooperation accord’

SYNONYMS
pact, treaty, agreement, settlement, deal, entente, concordat, concord, protocol, compact, contract, convention

2‘the two sides failed to reach accord’

SYNONYMS
agreement, consensus, unanimity, harmony, unison, unity, concord, concert, like-mindedness, rapport, conformity, congruence, settlement

verb

1‘the national assembly accorded the General more power’

SYNONYMS
give, grant, tender, present, award, hand, vouchsafe, concede, yield, cede
confer on, bestow on, vest in, put in someone's hands
invest with, endow with, entrust with, favour with
ANTONYMS

withhold, remove

2‘such an idea appears to accord with the known state of affairs’

SYNONYMS
correspond, agree, tally, match up, concur, coincide, be in agreement, be consistent, equate, harmonize, be in harmony, be compatible, be consonant, be congruous, be in tune, dovetail, correlate
conform to
suit, fit, match, parallel
informal square
North American informal jibe
ANTONYMS

disagree, contrast


Phrases

    with one accord

    ‘the association is acting with one accord in this matter’


    SYNONYMS
    unanimously, in complete agreement, with one mind, unitedly, concertedly, without exception, as one, of one voice, to a man
    ANTONYMS

    separately, in disarray

    of one's own accord

    ‘Matthew went to sea of his own accord’


    SYNONYMS
    voluntarily, of one's own free will, of one's own volition, of one's own choice, of one's own choosing, by choice, by preference
    willingly, readily, freely, intentionally, deliberately, on purpose, purposely, spontaneously, without being asked, without being forced, without hesitation, without reluctance
    gladly, with pleasure, with good grace, eagerly, enthusiastically
    ANTONYMS

    reluctantly, under duress