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conciliatornoun [C]

uk   us   /kənˈsɪlieɪtər/
HR a ​person who helps two ​sides in a disagreement, for ​exampleemployers and ​employees, to ​meet and ​talk about their different ​ideas in the hope of ​ending the disagreement: She will need all her ​skills as a conciliator if ​agreement is to be ​reached in this ​dispute.
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