Agenda - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əˈdʒendə|  American pronunciation of the word agenda
Brit.  |əˈdʒɛndə|  British pronunciation of the word agenda

noun

- a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to (syn: docket, schedule)
- a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting) (syn: agendum)

Examples

The committee set the agenda for the next several years of research.

There are several items on the agenda for tonight's meeting.

What's the first item on the agenda?

Such an idea has been high on the political agenda for some time.

He wants to push his own agenda no matter what the others say.

Let's move to the last item on the agenda.

Measures to combat terrorism will be high on the agenda.

The government set an agenda for constitutional reform.

Our Centre has limited its research agenda to four areas.

The Republicans have stuck to their conservative agenda.

After two hours we were still discussing the first item of the agenda.

There are a lot of items on our agenda tonight, so let's start the meeting.

The President outlined his agenda for the next term.

He is without a political agenda as he is without a coherent moral sensibility.

The acrimonious debate on the agenda ended indecisively.

Word forms

noun
singular: agenda
plural: agendas
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