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Japanese translation of “settle”

settle

verb
 
/ˈset·l/ (present participle settling, past tense and past participle settled)
If you settle an argument, you stop the problem and stop arguing.
(口論などを)収拾する, 和解する
to start living somewhere that you are going to live for a long time
(生活が)落ち着く, 定住する
Finally he settled in Vienna.
to decide or arrange something
~を決定する, 手配する
Right, that’s settled. We’re going to Spain.
to relax into a comfortable position
くつろいだ体勢になる, ゆったりと座る
She settled herself into the chair.
settle a bill to pay the money that you owe
勘定を支払う
I’ve got some bills to settle.
settle a check/bill to pay the money that you owe
勘定を支払う
I’ll settle the dinner check – you get our coats.
(Definition of settle from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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