verb-transitive: To cause to conform or agree; bring into harmony.
verb-transitive: To grant, especially as being due or appropriate: accorded the President the proper deference.
verb-transitive: To bestow upon: I accord you my blessing.
verb-intransitive: To be in agreement, unity, or harmony. See Synonyms at agree.
noun: Agreement; harmony: act in accord with university policies.
noun: A settlement or compromise of conflicting opinions.
noun: A settlement of points at issue between nations.
noun: Spontaneous or voluntary desire to take a certain action: The children returned on their own accord. He confessed of his own accord.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Champ an 'stick up for him too; he's good blood, an' ef he did go under for a spell, he ain't no worse 'n the rest, nor half ez bad; for Champ went in _of his own accord -- of his own accord_, "he repeated significantly," an' don't you forget thet, Aileen!
He said this accord is an important step, the RHDP is now a reality and soon will be a single, unified party.
The Committee attaches importance to the fact that the accord is the result of responsible cooperation between the five signatory states.
At the same time, he expects other countries to act more in accord with their sentiments than their interests.
You guys demanded NOT ONLY that he turn things around on a dime, but that he also do it in accord with your own twisted values.