mapagkasundo, tumalaga, pagtugmain, papagkasunduin, magbagay, magkasundo, maitugma, isuwato, pagsuwatuin, magtugma, pagbagayin, maiagpang, maisuwato, magsuwato, italaga, mag-agpang, pag-agpangin
Verb(1) make (one thing, another(2) bring into consonance or accord(3) come to terms(4) accept as inevitable
(1) Compatibilist philosophies seek to reconcile free will and determinism in a modern time.(2) The company bosses have said it is ├ö├ç├┐regrettable├ö├ç├û that a rail union official did not attend a meeting staged to help reconcile their long-running dispute over pay.(3) After a trader completes a deal, the back-office staff confirm the trades by phone and also reconcile cash accounts at the end of each day.(4) advice on how to reconcile the conflict(5) And we certainly cannot reconcile the conflicts about affirmative action preferences without answering these questions.(6) It's a fondness I can't reconcile with any feminist leanings I might have, so I've learned to embrace it as a guilty pleasure.(7) Spencer produced his most challenging work in the struggle to reconcile this religious vision with the reality of the world around him.(8) But most tend to reconcile conflicts through heart-to-heart talks.(9) it is not necessary to reconcile the cost accounts to the financial accounts(10) And they make no attempt to reconcile that conflict, tailoring their local appeal to the lowest common denominator in each area.(11) These amounts are inconsistent with the amounts shown on Mr. Smith's income tax returns and I was not provided with an explanation that allows me to reconcile this.(12) We propose a new dynamic model in order to help reconcile the long-standing controversy in Central Asia.(13) He was a quiet person, not overly ambitious but always eager to reconcile disputes between opposing parties.(14) It is where women can reconcile being feminine and being unique.(15) China's leaders believed that immediate democratization, instead of serving to reconcile the conflicts of interest created by economic change, might instead exacerbate them.(16) Ryaas, a former director general of regional autonomy, suggested that the two feuding parties reconcile their differences in order to reduce the political tension.
(1) to reconcile :: sa pag-areglo
1. reunite ::
3. make compatible ::
4. settle ::
5. accept ::
6. conciliate ::
palubagin ang loob
7. submit ::
8. harmonize ::
ilagay sa armonya
Different Formsreconcile, reconciled, reconciles, reconciling
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