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Old English Word For Agreement

by on Sep.30, 2021, under Uncategorized

In addition, consent has the broad meaning “agreement in action or opinion”. Bargain, noun and verb, was exchanged in English in the fourteenth century. We know that it evolved from the Anglo-French bargaigner, which means “to haggle”, but its history is not clear afterwards. The first known use is as a noun referring to a discussion between two parties about the terms of the contract. Convention is a familiar word for a large meeting of people, which usually takes several days to talk about their work or common interests – for example, an assembly of teachers or publishers – or for common purposes….

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