To agree; be in correspondence or harmony.To make an agreement; come to an understanding.To make to agree or correspond; adapt, as one thing to another.To bring to an agreement or a settlement; settle, adjust, or compose; reconcile: as, to accord controversies.To grant; give; concede: as, to accord due praise to any one.n. Agreement; harmony of minds; consent or concurrence of opinions or wills; assent.n. A union of different sounds which is agreeable to the ear; concord; harmony.n. Agreement; just correspondence of things; harmony of relation: as, the accord of light and shade in painting.n. Will; voluntary or spontaneous impulse or act; unaided action or operation: preceded by own.n. Adjustment of a difference; reconciliation: as, the mediator of an accord.n. Specifically, in law, an agreement which is made between parties for the settlement of a liability or controversy, and which, when executed, that is, carried into effect, is termed an accord and satisfaction, and bars or terminates a suit; a private extra-judicial agreement or arrangement.n. In music, same as chord.n. Milit., the conditions under which a fortress or command of troops is surrendered.