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Oxford dictionary definition of the word agenda:
1a list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting:
the question of nuclear weapons had been removed from the agenda
a plan of things to be done or problems to be addressed:
he vowed to put jobs at the top of his agenda
the government had its own agenda
the underlying intentions or motives of a particular person or group:
Miller has his own agenda and it has nothing to do with football
2North American an appointment diary.
on the agenda
scheduled for discussion at a meeting:
the rights of minorities would be high on the agenda at the conference
likely or needing to be dealt with or done:
his release was not on the agenda
set the agenda
influence or determine a programme of action:
he has set the agenda for future work in this field
early 17th century (in the sense ‘things to be done’): from Latin, neuter plural of agendum, gerundive of agere ‘do’
Although agenda is the plural of agendum in Latin, in standard modern English it is normally used as a singular noun with a standard plural form (agendas). See also data (usage) and media1 (usage).