This meaning was forgotten at the end of the 17th century; another 14th century negotiating feeling, which refers to an agreement (concluded by discussion) that says what each party gives or receives to the other party or the other party survives. It was not until the 16th century that the good deal was used as a word for what is acquired by such an agreement through negotiation, haggling, ringing… through negotiations. The French word derives from the Latin compromisesum, itself related to the former compromitters (promittere means “promise”). In English, compromit was once used as a synonym for the compromised verb in its outdated sense, “to be linked by mutual agreement” and in the modern sense “to cause disability.” The concord is made of the Latin concord, concors, which are both “agree” and are in com, which means “together,” and cord, kor-, which means “heart.” Literally translating the Latin terms united as “hearts together,” which gives a reason why the first meanings of English concord are “a state of concordance,” “harmony” and “agreement.” The word “agreement by measure, compact or covenant” is as follows, and over time, the Concorde refers to a treaty that establishes peace and friendly relations between peoples or nations. Thus, two countries can sign a concord in cases that have given rise to hostilities in the past and live in peace and harmony. NOTE: There are other words that refer to different types of agreements – such as agreements, pacts, deposits, billing and treaties – but we have only promised A, B`s and C`s. We have kept that promise. “Unfortunately, Bear and Discovery could not agree on new programming and he disagrees with Discovery`s decision to discontinue current productions. Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi said he and Thomas, 39, “agreed” after a game early Sunday. In the center of the English agree agreen was formed and had different meanings of “please, satisfied, approval, concord”. It was borrowed by the Anglo-French agreement.
This word is composed of a-, a prefix that goes back in Latin ad, and -greer, a verbal derivative of Gré, which means “gratitude, satisfaction, pleasure, pleasure, consent.” The French base comes from the Latin gretum, the Kastat of the Grétus, which means “grateful, welcomed with gratitude, welcome, pleasant.” Semantically, the etymology of the expert is very pleasant. The superior of consent is in Consent, a reciprocal association of the prefix com – (meaning “with,” “together”) with the feeling (“to feel”).