: a list or outline of things to be considered or done <agendas of faculty meetings>
: an underlying often ideological plan or program <a political agenda>
— agen·da·less \-də-ləs\ adjective
Examples of AGENDA
- 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.
Origin of AGENDA
Latin, neuter plural of agendum,
gerundive of agere
First Known Use: 1871
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