reconcile definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To reestablish a detailed relationship between.
    • To settle or solve.
    • to create (oneself) to simply accept: He finally reconciled himself to the change in management.
    • to create appropriate or consistent: reconcile my way of thinking with yours. See Synonyms at adapt.
    • To cause become friendly again; to conciliate anew; to replace to relationship; to carry back into balance; to cause to be no further at difference.
    • to carry to acquiescence, content, or peaceful distribution.
    • to help make consistent or congruous; to create to contract or suitableness; -- followed by with or even.
    • To adjust; to stay.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To reestablish a close commitment, like in marriage: The estranged couple reconciled after per year.
    • to be compatible or consistent: The numbers wouldn't normally get together again.
    • To become reconciled.
  • verb:
    • To replicate friendly interactions.
    • to help make things suitable or consistent.
    • to really make the net difference between credits and debits of a financial account concur with the stability.
    • accept as inescapable
    • bring into consonance or agreement
    • arrive at terms
    • make (the one thing) suitable for (another)
  • others:
    • To conciliate anew; restore to union and friendship after estrangement or variance; bring once again to friendly or favorable emotions.
    • To adjust; pacify; settle: as, to get together again variations or quarrels.
    • to create to acquiescence, content, or peaceful submission: with to.
    • In order to make consistent or congruous; provide agreement or suitableness: usually accompanied by with or even.
    • To gone evident discrepancies; harmonize: because, to get together again the records of a well known fact given by two historians: often with with or even.
    • Eccles., to revive to sacred utilizes after desecration, or even to unity with the chapel, by a prescribed ceremonial: because, to get together again a church or a cemetery which has been profaned, as by murder; to reconcile a penitent (which, to displace to communion one who has actually lapsed, as into heresy or schism).
    • to recuperate; regain.
    • In ship-building, to become listed on (an item of work) fair with another. The term relates specifically towards reversion of curves.
    • In order to become reconciled.

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