Agenda [noun]

Definition of Agenda:

list of things to do

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Opposite/Antonyms of Agenda:


Sentence/Example of Agenda:

It demonstrates Xi’s consistent interest in leveraging the climate agenda for geopolitical purposes.

Smith and Becerra had squared off in the past, with Smith asking the Texas Rangers last year to investigate the judge’s decision to remove an item from a court meeting agenda without the commissioners’ approval.

“Energy security is a key issue for China and tops the leadership agenda,” Heggelund said.

Justices are now appointed with the open expectation they will help advance their political agenda.

Cafe Media’s Bannister said if past history is anything to go by, it’s likely Apple will keep moving to restrict ad tracking mechanisms as it continues to set its agenda around privacy.

They’re given an opportunity to create a budget and agenda for the year and they can identify what that means.

When creating a post to pitch to a publishing site, focus on the customer experience, not your own agenda.

So first of all, we can actually design the agenda such that part of the agenda is relevant to a large group of individuals, and then part of it is relevant to a smaller section of that.

Yet, no matter how much Google is trying to push away the “link building” agenda, digital businesses are unable to put it aside.

One is that the increases in legislative gridlock have made it even harder to enact a legislative agenda.