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compromise

noun [C]  us   /ˈkɑm·prəˌmɑɪz/

compromise noun [C] (AGREEMENT)

an agreement between two sides who have different opinions, in which each side gives up something it had wanted: Under the compromise, car manufacturers must use cleaner fuel but have more time to do it.

compromise

verb  us   /ˈkɑm·prəˌmɑɪz/

compromise verb (LOWER STANDARDS)

[T] to lower or weaken standards: His opponents charged that the deal would compromise conservative principles.

compromise verb (AGREE)

[I] to agree to give up something you want if the other side, which has different opinions from yours, gives up something it wants: Republicans were refusing to compromise on health-care legislation.
Traducciones de “compromise”
en árabe حَلّ وَسط…
en coreano 타협…
in Malaysian kata sepakat…
en francés compromis…
en turco uzlaşma, uyuşma, anlaşma…
en italiano compromesso…
en chino (tradicionál) 妥協, 折衷, 讓步…
en ruso компромисс…
en polaco kompromis…
in Vietnamese sự thỏa hiệp…
en español acuerdo mutuo, término medio…
en portugués acordo, ajuste…
in Thai การประนีประนอม…
en alemán der Kompromiß…
en catalán compromís…
en japonés 妥協…
in Indonesian kompromi…
en chino (simplificado) 妥协, 折中, 让步…
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