- v. 调和；和解；妥协；一致
- vt. 使和解; 调和 become friends after they have quarrelled; make peace between
- vt. 安于; 适应 overcome one's objections to; resign oneself to
make (one thing) compatible with (another);
"The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
bring into consonance or accord;
"harmonize one's goals with one's abilities"
come to terms;
"After some discussion we finally made up"
accept as inevitable;
"He resigned himself to his fate"
- I can't reconcile the two extreme views.
- We tried to reconcile her with her family.
- We were finally reconciled when he apologized.
- He had to reconcile himself to his fate.
- We must reconcile our statements with our conduct.
- The teacher had to reconcile disputes among her pupils.
- It is difficult to reconcile the two opposite arguments.
- We should reconcile work and rest.
- They quarrelled but now they're completely reconciled.
- Are you reconciled to each other?
- Becky hoped that she and Rawdon might be reconciled.
- Differences among them could have been reconciled by them through peaceful consultations.
- reconcile to (v.+prep.)
使自己习惯于并准备接受(不好的事物) accustom oneself to and be prepared to accept (sth usually bad)
reconcile oneself to sth/v-ing
The people must reconcile themselves to a reduced standard of living.
Must they reconcile themselves to their fate? They asked themselves.
He refused to reconcile himself to the idea that he is a failure.
I can't reconcile myself to such a theory.
He could not reconcile himself to living alone .
I am reconciled to the idea of retirement.
A s he was not reconciled to his defeat, he was determined to try again in the next contest.
I am reconciled to my loss.
After years of suffering she had become reconciled to the fate.
How can I become reconciled to suffering any more pain?
- reconcile with (v.+prep.)
使与…一致 find or cause agreement between sth and sth else
reconcile sb/oneself with sb
He reconciled himself with them in the end.
After many years she was reconciled with her husband's mother, who at last said that she was sorry.
He refused to become reconciled with his brother.
他不愿与他兄弟和好。reconcile sth with sth
How do you reconcile your principles with your behaviour, which is exactly opposite?
He reconciled his statement with conduct.
I can't reconcile what you say with the facts of the case.
- reconcile accounts 核对账目
- reconcile differences 调解分歧
- reconcile disputes 调解纠纷
- reconcile these two aims 调和这两种目标
- reconcile work and rest 劳逸结合
- reconcile briefly 暂时调和
- reconcile completely 和好如初
- reconcile forgivingly 达成谅解
- reconcile logically 合理地调解
- reconcile touchingly 真心和解
He came in secret to..reconcile her sire.出自： Sir W. Scott
The king's desire to reconcile his cousin with a friend.出自： W. H. Dixon
Mary was reconciled to Milton.出自： A. N. Wilson
- reconcile oneself to表示“使自己适应并准备接受不好的事物”,有忍受和屈从的含义。to是介词,其后只能接名词或动名词。
- settle 解决
- bring together 使和解, 调停, 使靠拢...
- patch up 修补
- put to rights 整理(收拾
- square 正方形
- reunite 再结合
- resolve 解决
- merge 合并
- join 连接
- harmonize 协调
- mend 修理
- silence 沉默
- intervene 干涉
- together 共同
- fix 使 ... 固定
- up 向上
- bring 带来
- fix up 安排
- orient 东方
- conciliate 安抚
- harmonise 使 ... 和谐
- submit 使服从
- accommodate 供给住宿
- resign 辞职
- make up 弥补