Russian word of the day: Договориться

Jun 14, 2017

How to say 

"To agree" in Russian



Verb , perfective

Imperfective - догова́риваться

to reach an agreement, to agree


  • Мы договори́лись, что я прие́ду за́втра.

    my da-ga-va-rée-lees' chto ya pree-yé-du závt-ra

    We agreed that I will come tomorrow.

  • Дава́йте договори́мся на сле́дующую сре́ду.

    da-vái-tye da-ga-va-réem-sya na slyé-du-schu-yu sryé-du

    Let's agree for the next Wednesday.

Additional examples

More Russian sentences with the words that contain "договори".

  • Я ду́мала, что мы договори́лись, ра́зве нет?

    ya dú-ma-la, chto my da-ga-va-rée-lees', ráz-vee nyet?

    I thought we had an agreement, did not we?

  • Дава́й договори́мся на сре́ду.

    da-váî da-ga-va-réem-sya na sryé-du

    Let's agree on Wednesday.

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сговори́ться [sga-va-rée-tsa] Verb
to agree to do something, to conspire, to plot
перегово́ры [pee-ree-ga-vó-ry] Noun
negotiations, talks

Related words and phrases

угоща́ться [u-ga-schá-tsa] Verb
to treat oneself, to help oneself
нра́виться [nrá-vee-tsa] Verb
to be liked
обижа́ть [a-bee-zhát'] Verb
to offend, to hurt feelings, to treat badly
посту́пок [pas-tú-pak] Noun , plural - посту́пки
act, deed, action
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2 thoughts on “Договориться

  1. What is the difference between разве нет and не так ле?
    When should we use one or the other expression?
    Thanks for all your efforts and support.

    • Learn Russian Daily says:

      Hello Max,

      Thanks for the comment.

      Both expressions, “разве нет” and “не так ли”, are usually added in the end of a question and can be translated as “isn’t it?”.

      As for the difference between them:
      – “разве нет?” is closer to “or not?”, i.e. it assumes that the statement could be wrong;
      – “не так ли?” is closer to “this is true, right?”, i.e. it expects a confirmation that the statement is correct.

      I hope it helps. Thanks for the question. Good luck! )

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