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Established and not likely to experience any changes
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“Then the question is, am I at liberty to advise your Lordships to act upon that view according to the sound settled rules of law and the authorities?”
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Having come to a resolution or end
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“That dispute is finally settled and cannot again be brought either directly or indirectly under discussion.”
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Permanently established or long-standing
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“European competition and local unrest had made Britain's presence a settled fixture of Gulf politics.”
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Firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
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“The policy was marked, as before, by settled distrust of the press and popular privileges.”
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Content or at ease with a given situation
“Though I didn't feel settled with the situation, I tried to convince myself, and everyone around me, that I did.”
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Not feeling, showing, or affected by anxiety or problems
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“The problem is that a highly reactive teen continually poses such questions, generating gobs of distress and not feeling settled about the answers.”
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Incapable of being reversed, recalled, repealed, or annulled
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Having no uncertainty or ambiguity
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Having the approval or authorization of an authority or public body
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(attributive) Feeling or exuding self-assurance
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(of a person) Sensible, reliable, and self-restrained
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Certain to happen
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Decided in advance
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Located in a specific place
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Characterized by resignation or acceptance of a fact or situation
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Made certain and protected against discontinuance or change
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Prepared for immediate action or use
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Having inhabitants
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Neither owing or being owed
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Packed with inhabitants
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Located in a hole, space, or opening
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Attentively occupied with
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Controlled or managed accordingly
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Advanced or mature in development
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(of a sailing ship) Unable to move due to a lack of wind
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Well organized or arranged
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Placid and undisturbed
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Living somewhere on a long-term basis
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Tending to spend too much time seated
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Having been fixed
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Having great influence on the result of something
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To have demonstrated to be true based on facts
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To have carried out an action to the end
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“There is one last issue to address before we settle this meeting.”
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Past tense for to reside or be based
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“In 1863, the family decided to settle in London.”
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To have covered an expense
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Past tense for to resolve or find a solution to
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“Officials were expected to settle these problems within only a few days.”
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Past tense for to reach a decision or agreement about
“We would finally settle on an arrangement that would benefit both parties.”
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Past tense for to organize or put in order
“There are several business and personal matters which I have to settle during my trip to New York.”
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Past tense for to act as a judge, or to make a judgment on
“A mediator was engaged to settle the dispute between the two neighbors.”
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Past tense for to provide comfort or assuagement to
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“They feel somewhat hopeless, unable to give the mother a true break as they cannot settle the child as she can.”
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Past tense for to suppress the noise or speech of
“The class is generally rowdy and quite difficult to settle.”
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Past tense for to become calmer or quieter
“After laughing hysterically for several minutes, the audience would finally settle.”
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Past tense for to make (someone) comfortable in a particular place or position
“She would settle me in a plush and comfortable bed.”
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Past tense for to come to rest, especially after descending from the air
“An eagle would settle on a branch atop the tree, surveying the land.”
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Past tense for to move with a group of others to live in a new country or area
“Further abroad, he authorized the Evangelistic Grant Charter to settle the Colony of Virginia.”
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Past tense for to sit or come to rest in a comfortable position
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“One last task remains before he can settle back in the armchair and take a well-earned rest.”
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(of suspended particles) Past tense for to sink slowly in a liquid to form sediment
“Sediments would begin to settle relatively soon after the completion of dredging activities.”
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Past tense for to pay (a debt or account)
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“I always try to settle any debts I have as quickly as is possible.”
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Past tense for to accept or agree to something less than satisfactory
“He had an upset tummy and desperately wanted some pizza, but had to settle for crackers instead.”
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(settle down to) Past tense for to turn one's attention to
“After a refreshing holiday, it was time to settle down to work again.”
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Past tense for to allay or make less intense
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Past tense for to state explicitly
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Past tense for to stay or rent accommodation at a place
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Past tense for to explain or resolve that which is unknown
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Past tense for to fix or hold securely in place
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Past tense for complete or agree on a finished and definitive version of
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Past tense for to arrange or organize for an outcome, especially through negotiation
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Past tense for to sink or slump downwards, especially from weight, pressure, or a lack of strength
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Past tense for to adapt to a given environment or standard
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Past tense for to restrain or to keep in check
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Past tense for to place, lay or set firmly in surrounding matter
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Past tense for to do, carry through, conduct, or perform some action
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Past tense for to act as a mediator between two parties
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Past tense for to pay or discharge (a debt, expense etc.
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Past tense for to make or become hard, firm or solid
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Past tense for to finish or bring to an end
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Past tense for to pronounce authoritatively and legally to be the case
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Past tense for meet halfway