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Settled
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Characterized by resignation or acceptance
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Peaceful or calm
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No longer feeling distressed or anxious
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Of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose
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To have made something into something else
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Past tense for to bring into harmony or accord
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“China's leaders believed that immediate democratization, instead of serving to reconcile the conflicts of interest created by economic change, might instead exacerbate them.”
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Past tense for resign oneself to something
“At a time when Britons work the longest hours in Europe, self-satisfied middle class attempts to reconcile us to our economic obligations have a meaning that is more than comic.”
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Past tense for make or show to be compatible
“Educators at all levels need to reconcile rigor and creativity, and to treat them as compatible, coexisting dimensions of intelligence.”
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Past tense for to settle (a quarrel)
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“It is possible to reconcile these apparently opposing perspectives.”
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Past tense for to regulate the speed or amount of something given or administered
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Past tense for to adapt to a new climate or environment
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Past tense for to act as a mediator between two parties
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Past tense for to meet again
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(of an activity or organization) Past tense for to bring different elements into a harmonious or efficient relationship
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(sit with) Past tense for to be harmonious with
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Past tense for to find an answer to a (usually complex) intellectual puzzle or problem
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Past tense for to make (a difference between two groups) smaller or less significant
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Past tense for to exist contemporaneously or in the same area
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Past tense for to make amends for an offense, crime or sin one has committed
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Past tense for to explain a previously unknown phenomenon
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Past tense for to tolerate, endure, or put up with (something)
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Past tense for to accept or consent, especially by silence or by omitting to object
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Past tense for to provide or serve as a satisfactory explanation for
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