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We are going to settle our differences, once and for all.
Neither side shows any intention of settling at this stage.
It took a while for the silt and mud to settle.
Flakes of snow settled on the windscreen.
Her relatives had come to America and settled in Boston.
She settled the little boy on the next stool to her.
I settled back into a comfortable chair and waited.
This is the British English definition of settle. View American English definition of settle.
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