to take sides with

to take sides with

/tˈeɪk sˈaɪdz wɪð/
verb
to support a person in an argument

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tell me about it

tell me about it

/tˈɛl mˌiː ɐbˈaʊt ɪt/
sentence
used to show that one understands or agrees with what is being said because one has already experienced it

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terms

terms

/ˈtɝmz/
noun
the conditions included in a contract or agreement

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that makes two of us

that makes two of us

/ðæt mˌeɪks tˈuː ʌv ˌʌs/
sentence
used to show agreement with someone or state that what applies to the speaker also applies to one

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tie-up

tie-up

/tˈaɪˈʌp/
noun
an agreement in which two companies become business partners

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together

together

/təˈɡɛðɝ/
adverb
in agreement

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tolerance

tolerance

/ˈtɑɫɝəns/
noun
willingness to accept behavior or opinions that are against one's own

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tolerant

tolerant

/ˈtɑɫɝənt/
adjective
showing respect to what other people say or do even when one disagrees with them

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tolerantly

tolerantly

/tˈɑːlɚɹəntli/
adverb
in a way that shows tolerance

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toleration

toleration

/ˌtɑɫɝˈeɪʃən/
noun
willingness to allow something that one does not like or agree with to happen or exist

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treaty

treaty

/ˈtɹiti/
noun
an official agreement between two or more governments or states

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truce

truce

/ˈtɹus/
noun
an agreement according to which enemies or opponents stop fighting each other for a specific period of time; the period of time that such agreement lasts

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true

true

/ˈtɹu/
adverb
in a way that is truthful

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unanimity

unanimity

/ˌjunəˈnɪməti/, /ˌjunəˈnɪmɪti/
noun
a situation in which all those involved are in complete agreement on something

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unanimous

unanimous

/juˈnænəməs/
adjective
(of a group) fully in agreement on something

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uncontentious

uncontentious

/ʌnkəntˈɛnʃəs/
adjective
unlikely to cause an argument

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uncontested

uncontested

/ˌənkənˈtɛstɪd/
adjective
with no argument or opposition

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uncontroversial

uncontroversial

/ˌənˌkɑntɹəˈvɝʃəɫ/
adjective
not causing or unlikely to cause disagreement

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to understand

to understand

/ˌəndɝˈstænd/
verb
to assume something to be the case because it is obvious

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understanding

understanding

/ˌəndɝˈstændɪŋ/
noun
an informal agreement that may be unspoken

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to undertake

to undertake

/ˈəndɝˌteɪk/
verb
to accept or promise to do something particular

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undertaking

undertaking

/ˈəndɝˌteɪkɪŋ/
noun
a formal promise to do something particular

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united

united

/juˈnaɪtɪd/
adjective
(of groups or people) acting together and in agreement

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unity

unity

/ˈjunəti/, /ˈjunɪti/
noun
a situation in which those involved are in agreement or joined together

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unspoken

unspoken

/ənˈspoʊkən/
adjective
not put into words; understood or agreed without being put into words

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unstated

unstated

/ənˈsteɪtɪd/
adjective
not put into words; agreed or understood without being expressed in speech

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to upvote

to upvote

/ˈəpˈvoʊt/
verb
to show one's agreement or approval of an online post or comment by clicking on a specific icon

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upvote

upvote

/ˈəpˈvoʊt/
noun
the action of showing one's agreement or approval of an online post or comment by clicking on a specific icon

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warranty

warranty

/ˈwɔɹənti/
noun
a written agreement in which a manufacturer promises a customer to repair or replace a product, under certain conditions, within a specific period of time

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well

well

/ˈwɛɫ/
interjection
said to express agreement to something, usually reluctantly

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well said

well said

/wˈɛl sˈɛd/
interjection
said to express admiration for or agreement with what someone has just said

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whatever you say

whatever you say

/wʌtˈɛvɚ juː sˈeɪ/
sentence
said to agree to someone's suggestion, particularly to avoid an argument

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to [wipe] the slate clean

to [wipe] the slate clean

/wˈaɪp ðə slˈeɪt klˈiːn/
phrase
to forget about past disagreements or mistakes and start anew

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with one accord

with one accord

/wɪð wˈʌn ɐkˈoːɹd/
phrase
agreeing to something in a united and simultaneous manner

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with one voice

with one voice

/wɪð wˈʌn vˈɔɪs/
phrase
with everyone expressing the same opinion; in complete agreement

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with pleasure

with pleasure

/wɪð plˈɛʒɚ/
phrase
used to politely accept or agree to something

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to wrap up

to wrap up

/ɹˈæp ˈʌp/
verb
to conclude or complete a meeting, job, agreement, etc.

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to write into

to write into

/ɹˈaɪt ˌɪntʊ/
verb
to include a condition in an agreement or contract

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yeah

yeah

/ˈjæ/
interjection
another way of saying 'yes'

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yes

yes

/ˈjɛs/
interjection
a word that shows we agree with something or think that it is true when answering a question

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yes-man

yes-man

/jˈɛsmˈæn/
noun
a person who always agrees with their leader or employer unquestionably in order to please them

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yessir

yessir

/jˈɛssɜː/
interjection
used to show complete agreement or emphasize one's opinion

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you can say that again

you can say that again

/juː kæn sˈeɪ ðæt ɐɡˈɛn/
sentence
used to express one's complete agreement with someone's statement

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you said it

you said it

/juː sˈɛd ɪt/
adverb
said to express agreement with someone's suggestion

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you’re telling me

you’re telling me

/jʊɹ tˈɛlɪŋ mˌiː/
phrase
used to display complete agreement or awareness of something

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