agenda

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Noun[change]

Singular
agenda

Plural
agendas

  1. (countable) An agenda is a list of things to be talked about, done, or otherwise dealt with.
    I think there are some important domestic policy items on the agenda still.
    The first three questions of the research agenda have to do with energy and the environment.
    They often work against the management to pursue their own interests and agendas.
  2. (countable) An agenda is a reason for doing something, usually a bad or secret reason.
    The President may have a political agenda in saying this.

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