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The couple has been making every effort to reconcile.
Foreign mediators have failed to reconcile the warring factions.
It was his father’s wish that he become reconciled with his family.
There seems to be no possibility of reconciling the two versions of what happened.
Management and labor are attempting to reconcile their differences.
Research is being undertaken in how to reconcile conservation needs with growing demand for water.
She couldn’t reconcile herself to the idea of just giving up.
This is the American English definition of reconcile. View British English definition of reconcile.
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