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English definition of “reconcile”
/ˈrek·ənˌsɑɪl/ v [T]
› to adjust the way you think about a fact or situation that is opposed to another fact or situation so that you can accept both: How do we reconcile the seemingly contradictory notions of cutting taxes and balancing the budget? › If two people are reconciled, they become friendly again after having argued so seriously that they kept apart: After two years of not speaking to one another, the two brothers were finally reconciled. › To reconcile yourself to a situation is to accept it even if it is unpleasant or painful, because it cannot be changed: He has reconciled himself to the loss of the election and is moving on.