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“Let’s make an AGREEMENT. You wash the dishes, and I’ll dry them.”

“If you clean your room, you can have dessert. Okay? Do we have a DEAL?”

“You’re breaking our ARRANGEMENT!  I lead the horse to water, but now you’re not making him drink!”

In this context, would it be appropriate to use the sign CONTRACT?  I keep finding “AGREE” online; as in “THINK-SAME.”  But that doesn’t feel conceptually accurate.

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