agenda
noun
ADJECTIVE
five-point, etc.

An 18-point agenda was drawn up for the meeting.

hidden, secret

He accused the government of having a hidden agenda.

real
full

We have a very full agenda of issues to discuss.

broad, narrow

The party has a rather narrow political agenda.

clear

A clear agenda will win votes in the next election.

agreed (esp. BrE)
ambitious, radical
public
personal
domestic, international, national
economic, ideological, legislative, policy, political, research, social
conservative, liberal, progressive
VERB + AGENDA
have
agree on, draw up (esp. BrE), establish, set

The college needs to establish an agenda for change.

follow, pursue

They were pursuing their own agenda.

advance, further, push

I'm not trying to push any agenda here.

add sth to, put sth on

I will put this on the agenda for the next meeting.

remove sth from, take sth off

The question of pay had been taken off the agenda.

circulate

A copy of the agenda is circulated to delegates a month before the conference.

AGENDA + NOUN
item
PREPOSITION
on a/the agenda

Safety at work is on the agenda for next month's meeting.

off the agenda

Child poverty has been pushed off the agenda.

agenda for

We have an agreed agenda for action.

PHRASES
firmly on the agenda (esp. BrE), high on the agenda

In our company, quality is high on the agenda.

an item on the agenda, a point on the agenda
next on the agenda

Next on the agenda is deciding where we're going to live.

top of the agenda

Improving trade between the two countries will be top of the agenda at the talks.


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  • Agenda — Agenda …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • agenda — [ aʒɛ̃da ] n. m. • 1535; mot lat. « choses à faire », spécialt « office » en lat. médiév., d où agende fin XIIIe , en ce sens ♦ Carnet sur lequel on inscrit jour par jour ce qu on doit faire, ses rendez vous, ses dépenses, etc. Agendas de poche,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Agenda — (vom Lateinischen agenda, Neutrum Plural des Gerundivs agendum, wörtlich „das zu Treibende oder zu Tuende, d.h. das, was getan werden muss“; im Deutschen jetzt fälschlicherweise als Femininum Singular gebraucht) ist ein im romanischen und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • agenda — a‧gen‧da [əˈdʒendə] noun [countable] 1. a list of the subjects to be discussed at a meeting: • What s the first item on the agenda? • High on the agenda of today’s meeting of the G8 is global warming. 2. a list of things that someone considers… …   Financial and business terms

  • Agenda — may refer to: * Agenda (meeting), points to be discussed; sometimes refers to the list of topics itself * Political agenda, the set of goals of an ideological group; also used as above, the topics under discussion by a government * Lotus Agenda,… …   Wikipedia

  • agendă — AGÉNDĂ, agende, s.f. 1. Carnet cu foi ca de calendar, în care se notează lucrările care urmează să fie făcute la anumite date. 2. Ordine de zi. – Din fr., lat. agenda. Trimis de ana zecheru, 10.11.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  AGÉNDĂ s. v. ordine de zi.… …   Dicționar Român

  • agenda — sustantivo femenino 1. Libro o cuaderno en que se anotan datos de interés personal: agenda de teléfonos, agenda de direcciones, agenda de notas, consultar la agenda. Me lo apuntaré en la agenda para no olvidarme. 2. Programa de trabajo o de… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • AGENDA — AE, vox Ecclesiae Romanae. Dicuntur autem Agendae, munia Canonica, statutis temporibus agenda, ut officium (quod dicitur) Matutinum et Vespertinum Capitular. Caroli l. 6. c. 234. Si quis Presbyter, inconsultô Episcopô, Agendam in quolibet loco… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • agenda — 1. The essential plurality of this word (= things to be done) has been worn to extinction by usage. Its dominant sense now is ‘a list of items of business to be considered at a meeting, etc.’ and it is often used in extended or figurative… …   Modern English usage

  • agenda — ([.a]*j[e^]n d[.a]), n. a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to. Syn: docket, schedule [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] 2. A list of matters to be discussed (as at a meeting). Syn: agendum, docket, order of business [WordNet 1.5] 3. A motive… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • agenda — AGENDA. s. m. (Mot emprunté du Latin.) Mémoire des choses qu on a à faire. Il fait tous les matins un agenda des choses qu il se propose de faire le reste du jour. [b]f♛/b] Il se dit aussi d Un petit livret destiné pour y écrire les choses qu on… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

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