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settle

verb (AGREE) 同意     /ˈset.l̩/ US  /ˈset̬-/
[T] to reach a decision or an agreement about something, or to end a disagreement 確定;決定;解決,結束(爭端等) Good, that's all settled - you send out the invitations for the party, and I'll organize the food. 好,那就這麽決定了——你發送派對的請帖,我來準備吃的。 [+ question word] They haven't yet settled when the wedding is going to be. 他們還沒有確訂婚禮在甚麽時候舉行。 "The tickets are £40 each." "Well, that settles that then - I can't afford that much." 「入場券每張40英鎊。」「好吧,那就算了吧,我付不起那麽多錢。」 I'd like to get this matter settled once and for all (= reach a final decision on it). 我想把這件事了結了。 Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
[I or T] to arrange something 安排 The details of the contract have not yet been settled. 合約的細節問題仍然沒有談妥。 Our lawyer advised us that it would be better to settle out of court (= reach an agreement in a legal case without it being decided in a court of law). 我們的律師建議我們最好在庭外和解。 It took months to settle (= bring to an end) the dispute/strike. 用了好幾個月的時間才解決這次爭端/結束這次罷工。 My father and I have agreed finally to settle our differences (= stop arguing). 我和我父親最後同意不再爭論。 Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
(Definition of settle verb (AGREE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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