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Translation of "reconcile" - English-Spanish dictionary

reconcile

verb /ˈrekənsail/
to cause (people) to become friendly again, eg after they have quarrelled reconciliar(se) Why won’t you be reconciled (with him)?
to bring (two or more different aims, points of view etc) into agreement conciliar The unions want high wages and the bosses want high profits – it’s almost impossible to reconcile these two aims.
to (make someone) accept (a situation, fact etc) patiently resignarse (a) Her mother didn’t want the marriage to take place, but she is reconciled to it now.
reconciliation /-sili-/ noun
reconciliación There has been a reconciliation between her and her husband an act of reconciliation.
(Definition of reconcile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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