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Noun
An agreement or settlement of a dispute through making concessions
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“The rift could have grave repercussions unless both sides reach a compromise soon.”
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The act of giving and receiving in equal measure
“One of the secrets to a happy marriage is the ability to compromise.”
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A state equally removed from two opposite extremes
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Peace offering
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The reestablishment of cordial relations, particularly between two countries
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An undermining of the rights of others
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A composite
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The action or process of appeasing, conciliating, or preserving the peace
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Interaction, collaboration or cooperation between two or more parties
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The absence of incompatibility between two things
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A conclusion or resolution reached after consideration
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To settle a dispute by mutual concession
“Both parties were willing to compromise in order to reach a settlement.”
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To expose to danger or the risk of loss
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“Such lax attitudes will compromise our national security.”
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To weaken, harm or bring shame to
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“His desperate actions would compromise his good name.”
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To cause harm or damage to
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“Airborne dust and dirt may compromise the painting's appearance to such a degree that cleaning is warranted.”
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To reduce in quality or purity
“One of the principal reasons for developing new coalfired generating technologies is to ensure that electricity generation from coal does not compromise the quality of the air we breathe.”
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(usually of a disease or condition) To affect adversely
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To stop operating
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To show (someone) to be involved in something
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To settle or come to terms on a particular arrangement
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To make or prove (an argument, statement, or theory) unsound or erroneous
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Reconcile a situation
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To make an agreement in which a defendant agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge instead of not guilty to a greater one
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To belittle or express disapproval of
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To change one's mind, especially to begin to agree or appreciate what one was reluctant to accept at first
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To change one's opinion or stance, especially at the behest of someone
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Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it
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