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conciliate

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Definition of conciliate

Etymology

    Latin conciliare 'combine, gain', from concilium 'assembly'.

Pronunciation

  • IPA:/k'nsɪlieɪt/

Verb

conciliate (third-person singular simple present conciliates, present participle conciliating, simple past and past participle conciliated)

  1. Make calm and content; placate.
  2. Mediate in a dispute.

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