Translation: from spanish

reconcile (with)

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  • reconcile with — make up with, be friends again (after a quarrel) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • reconcile — v. 1) (D; refl., tr.) to reconcile to (he had to reconcile himself to his fate) 2) (D; tr.) to reconcile with (we tried to reconcile her with her family; to reconcile a checkbook with a bank statement) * * * [ rekənsaɪl] (D;refl.,tr.) to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • reconcile — rec‧on‧cile [ˈrekənsaɪl] verb [transitive] ACCOUNTING to make two accounts or statements agree or add up to the same total: • This hurried attempt to reconcile the books was a mistake. * * * reconcile UK US /ˈrekənsaɪl/ verb [I or T] ► ACCOUNTING …   Financial and business terms

  • Reconcile — Rec on*cile ( s?l ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Reconciled} ( s?ld ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Reconciling}.] [F. r[ e]concilier, L. reconciliare; pref. re re + conciliare to bring together, to unite. See {Conciliate}.] 1. To cause to be friendly again; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reconcile — rec·on·cile / re kən ˌsīl/ vb ciled, cil·ing vt 1 a: to restore to harmony reconciled the parties reconciled the marriage b: to bring to resolution …   Law dictionary

  • reconcile — [v1] make peace; adjust accommodate, accord, accustom, appease, arbitrate, arrange, assuage, attune, bring together, bring to terms, bury the hatchet*, come together, compose, conciliate, conform, cool*, coordinate, fit, fix up, get together on,… …   New thesaurus

  • reconcile — UK [ˈrekənsaɪl] / US [ˈrekənˌsaɪl] verb Word forms reconcile : present tense I/you/we/they reconcile he/she/it reconciles present participle reconciling past tense reconciled past participle reconciled 1) [transitive] to find a way to make ideas …   English dictionary

  • reconcile — rec|on|cile [ rekən,saıl ] verb 1. ) intransitive or transitive if you reconcile two people or groups or they reconcile, they become friendly again after a disagreement: The couple has been making every effort to reconcile. Foreign mediators have …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • reconcile — [[t]re̱kənsaɪl[/t]] reconciles, reconciling, reconciled 1) VERB If you reconcile two beliefs, facts, or demands that seem to be opposed or completely different, you find a way in which they can both be true or both be successful. [V pl n] It s… …   English dictionary

  • reconcile — verb 1 (T) if you reconcile two ideas, situations, or facts you accept or show that they can exist together and are not directly opposed to each other: reconcile sth with sth: She could never reconcile his violent temper with his pacifist ideals …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • reconcile — rec|on|cile [ˈrekənsaıl] v [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: réconcilier, from Latin conciliare; CONCILIATE] 1.) [T] if you reconcile two ideas, situations, or facts, you find a way in which they can both be true or acceptable ▪ The possibility …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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