Agendas



When arranging a meeting, it's always a good idea to have an agenda - the list of topics to be discussed. However, if we hear without any context (such as a meeting), that someone has "an agenda" it becomes a negative idea, meaning that they have secret plans or are in some other way not being open. This is an example of practical usage in English, when words have acquired a certain accepted meaning, unless qualified by context.








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