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Noun
An agreement or settlement of a dispute through making concessions
“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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A thing that is granted, especially in response to demands
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The reestablishment of cordial relations, particularly between two countries
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A composite
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The action or process of appeasing
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An encroachment on a right, a person, a territory, or a property
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Financial retribution, payment of claim
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An attempt to fudge an issue
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Settlement of dispute
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Interaction, collaboration or cooperation between two or more parties
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An expression of readiness to do or give something if desired
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The absence of incompatibility between two things
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Verb
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 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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(usually of a disease or condition) To affect adversely
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To stop operating
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Lessen the effectiveness, power, or ability of, especially gradually or insidiously
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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 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 make or prove (an argument, statement, or theory) unsound or erroneous
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To change one's opinion or stance, especially at the behest of someone
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Reconcile a situation
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To belittle or express disapproval of
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Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it
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To be on the verge of inflicting harm or danger
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Negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction
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