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conciliate

verb   /kənˈsɪl.i.eɪt/
conciliation noun [no plural]   /kənˌsɪl.iˈeɪ.ʃən/ formal
conciliación All attempts at conciliation failed and the dispute continued.1157128
conciliatory adjective   /kənˈsɪl.i.ə.tər.i/
conciliador, conciliatorio a conciliatory gesture/remark1171
(Definition of conciliate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “conciliate”
in Vietnamese xoa dịu…
in Malaysian menenteramkan…
in Thai ทำให้เป็นมิตร…
in French se concilier…
in German versöhnen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安抚, 抚慰, 调停…
in Indonesian mendapat dukungan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安撫, 撫慰, 調停…
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