to make a win/deal/deal, etc. safe or complete It is clear from this Google-Ngram that if you make a deal, give an agreement so that there is a gradual increase in the use you offer – and actually a discount in the more traditional version. The bank has entered into an agreement with X. The bank has entered into an agreement with X. So I stay at the inside. But I invite you, dear reader, to vote in the following poll. Without context to the contrary, I would naturally tend to think that « the bank has entered into an agreement with X » followed definitions 8 or 10. On the basis of MSCD, I assume you would say that the parties reach an agreement instead of just concluding it. (See . B MSCD 2.21 and 8.18.) Previous use is certainly common and just as certainly redundant. to agree to be part of a formal agreement or contract that I have always found « concluded », but does modern usage allow the omission of « in »? The government had entered into a real dialogue with the terrorists. From making an agreement or ending an argument with someone to conclude something like an agreement or agreement where both parties have an advantage or advantage prepositions have an opportunity to focus on the verbs and turn them into prepositional verbs (or « two words »), even if it seems that the verbs did well without the preposition.

It`s something my daughter and I exchange notes on. Some examples: in 1986, the organization concluded an agreement with a private company for the operation of the security system. to get an agreement on a topic on which people had different opinions, I could influence through popular usage, but Google offered me 143,000 results for « entering into a contract » and 1,260,000 results for « a contract concluded…