compromise definition

  • noun:
    • money of variations in which each side tends to make concessions.
    • caused by such money.
    • something which integrates attributes or components of various things: The incongruous design is a compromise between hi-tech and early United states.
    • A concession to anything damaging or pejorative: a compromise of morality.
    • The settlement of distinctions by arbitration or by consent achieved by mutual concessions.
    • A committal to one thing derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender; because, a compromise of character or right.
    • A mutual contract to refer things in dispute into the choice of arbitrators.
    • money by arbitration or by mutual permission reached by concession on both sides; a reciprocal abatement of extreme needs or legal rights, causing an agreement.
    • A committal to something derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender.
    • In civil-law, a mutual vow or agreement of two events in controversy to mention their variations into the decision of arbitrators.
    • money of distinctions by mutual concessions; an understanding or compact followed given that method of superseding an undetermined controversy; a bargain or arrangement involving mutual concessions; figuratively, a mix of two rival methods, concepts, etc., which an integral part of each is sacrificed to help make the combination feasible.
    • That which results from, or perhaps is created on, such an understanding or settlement, as a particular arrangement, a program of conduct, or an institution; a medium between two rival programs, programs, etc.: as, their conduct had been a compromise between his pride and his impoverishment.
    • A thing partaking of and mixing the attributes, kinds, or uses of two other and various things: because, a mule is a compromise between a horse and an ass; a sofa is a compromise between a chair and a bed.
    • an accommodation which both edges make concessions
    • a middle method between two extremes
    • A settlement of variations in which each part tends to make concessions.
    • the consequence of such funds.
    • Something that combines characteristics or aspects of different things: The incongruous design is a compromise between high tech and very early American.
    • A concession to anything harmful or pejorative: a compromise of morality.
    • The settlement of distinctions by arbitration or by permission achieved by shared concessions.
    • A committal to one thing derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender; since, a compromise of character or right.
    • A mutual contract to mention matters in dispute towards the choice of arbitrators.
    • funds by arbitration or by mutual permission reached by concession on both edges; a reciprocal abatement of extreme demands or liberties, causing an understanding.
    • A committal to something derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender.
    • In civil-law, a mutual guarantee or agreement of two functions in debate to refer their particular differences toward choice of arbitrators.
    • money of distinctions by shared concessions; an understanding or lightweight adopted as method of superseding an undetermined debate; a bargain or arrangement concerning mutual concessions; figuratively, a variety of two rival systems, concepts, etc., in which part of each is sacrificed to make the combination possible.
    • That which results from, or perhaps is established on, such an agreement or settlement, as a specific arrangement, a program of conduct, or an institution; a medium between two rival classes, programs, etc.: as, his conduct ended up being a compromise between his pleasure and his poverty.
    • something partaking of and blending the attributes, kinds, or uses of two other and various things: because, a mule is a compromise between a horse and an ass; a sofa is a compromise between a chair and a bed.
    • an accommodation which both edges make concessions
    • a middle way between two extremes
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to reach at money through concessions.
    • to cut back the high quality, price, or degree of one thing.
    • To agree; to accord.
    • to create concession for conciliation and peace.
    • To arrive at money through concessions.
    • to lessen the standard, value, or degree of some thing.
    • To agree; to accord.
    • In order to make concession for conciliation and peace.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to reveal or make prone to risk, suspicion, or disrepute: a secret objective that was affected along with becoming abandoned; compromise a person's standing in the community.
    • to cut back in quality, price, or level; weaken or reduced.
    • To impair by disease or damage: an immune system which was compromised by a virus.
    • To settle by mutual concessions: a dispute that was compromised.
    • To bind by mutual agreement; to agree.
    • To adjust and settle by mutual concessions; to compound.
    • To pledge by some work or declaration; to endanger living, reputation, etc., of, by some work which could never be recalled; to reveal to suspicion.
    • to reveal or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute: a secret goal that has been compromised along with become abandoned; compromise your standing locally.
    • To reduce in high quality, worth, or level; weaken or lower.
    • To impair by condition or damage: an immune system that was compromised by a virus.
    • to be in by mutual concessions: a dispute which was compromised.
    • To bind by shared arrangement; to agree.
    • To adjust and settle by mutual concessions; to compound.
    • To pledge by some work or statement; to endanger living, reputation, etc., of, by some act that may not be recalled; to expose to suspicion.
  • verb:
    • To bind by shared agreement.
    • discover an easy method between extremes.
    • To cause impairment of.
    • To breach a security system.
    • settle by concession
    • expose or make prone to risk, suspicion, or disrepute
    • make a compromise; reach a compromise
    • To bind by mutual contract.
    • discover a way between extremes.
    • To cause impairment of.
    • To breach a security system.
    • settle by concession
    • expose or make prone to danger, suspicion, or disrepute
    • make a compromise; get to a compromise
  • others:
    • to regulate or compound by a compromise; settle or reconcile by mutual concessions.
    • To bind by deal or arrangement; mutually pledge.
    • to reveal to risk or risk, or to really serious consequences, at the time of suspicion or scandal, by some act or declaration; bias; endanger the reputation or the passions of: often made use of reflexively: since, he compromised himself by his rash statements.
    • In order to make a compromise; consent by concession; arrived at terms.
    • to regulate or compound by a compromise; settle or reconcile by mutual concessions.
    • To bind by discount or arrangement; mutually pledge.
    • To expose to risk or risk, or to serious effects, since suspicion or scandal, by some work or statement; bias; endanger the reputation and/or interests of: often made use of reflexively: since, he compromised himself by his rash statements.
    • which will make a compromise; agree by concession; arrived at terms.

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