noun agré·a·tion \ä-grā-ä-ˈsyōⁿ\

Definition of agréation



  1. :  a diplomatic procedure by which a state determines in advance whether a proposed envoy will be acceptable to the receiving state — compare agrément

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Origin and Etymology of agréation

French, literally, approval, from agréer to agree + -ation

First Known Use: 1598

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a trip made at another's expense

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