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Spanish translation of “conciliate”

conciliate

verb /kənˈsilieit/
(formal ) to win over or regain the support, friendship etc of.
conciliar
He succeeded in conciliating the troops under his command.
conciliation noun
conciliación
We need to work with one another in a spirit of conciliation.
conciliatory adjective
conciliatorio, conciliador
The release of the prisoners was seen as a conciliatory gesture.
(Definition of conciliate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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