Agenda Definition

ə-jĕndə
agendas, agendum
noun
agendas
A list of things to be discussed in a meeting.
American Heritage
Program of things to be done; specif., a list of things to be dealt with at a meeting.
Webster's New World
A program of things to be done or considered.
American Heritage
An objective or set of objectives, esp. one that is not pursued openly.
A committeeman with his own personal agenda.
Webster's New World
The definition of an agenda is a list of things to be done or considered.
The program given to those attending a conference is an example of an agenda.
The set of issues and policies those in government use to gain support are an example of political agenda.
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Other Word Forms of Agenda

Noun

Singular:
agenda
Plural:
agendas

Origin of Agenda

  • From Latin agenda (“things which ought to be done”), future passive participle (gerundive) of agō (“I do, act, make”).

    From Wiktionary

  • From Latin pl. of agendum neuter gerundive of agere to do agendum

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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