a meaning difference between "an agreement" and "agreement"

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According to defintions by all dictionaries, there is a meaning difference between "an agreement" and "agreement", but to my ears and in my native language, there is not meaning difference, so I am really confused still.

 

[COUNTABLE] an arrangement or decision about what to do, made by two or more people, groups, or organizations

 Management announced that it had reached an agreement with the unions.

 

[UNCOUNTABLE] the situation when people have the same opinion or have made the same decision about something

 The committee finally reached agreement on two important issues.

- MACMILIAN-

 

Could you clear up my confusion again?

 

Thank you so much as usual in advance.

edited Feb 18 '14 at 14:48 Hans Contributor

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