US: /ˈɹɛkənˌsaɪɫ/
UK: /ɹˈɛkənsˌa‍ɪl/

English Vietnamese dictionary

reconcile /'rekənsail/
  • ngoại động từ
    • giải hoà, giảng hoà, làm cho hoà thuận
      • to reconcile one person to (with) another: giải hoà hai người với nhau
      • to reconcile two enemies: giảng hoà hai kẻ địch
      • to become reconciled: hoà thuận lại với nhau
    • điều hoà, làm hoà hợp, làm cho nhất trí
      • to reconcile differences: điều hoà những ý kiến bất đồng
      • to reconcile one's principles with one's actions: làm cho nguyên tắc nhất trí với hành động
    • đành cam chịu
      • to reconcile oneself to one's lot: cam chịu với số phận
      • to be reconciled to something: đành cam chịu cái gì
    • (tôn giáo) tẩy uế (giáo đường, nơi thờ phượng bị xúc phạm)

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb [VN]
1 ~ sth (with sth) to find a satisfactory way of dealing with two or more ideas, needs, etc. that seem to be opposed to each other: an attempt to reconcile the need for industrial development with concern for the environment + It was hard to reconcile his career ambitions with the needs of his children.
2 [usually passive] ~ sb (with sb) to make people become friends again after an argument or a disagreement: The pair were reconciled after Jackson made a public apology. + He has recently been reconciled with his wife.
3 ~ sb / yourself (to sth) to make sb/yourself accept an unpleasant situation because it is not possible to change it: He could not reconcile himself to the prospect of losing her.
reconcilable adjective

Thesaurus dictionary

1 get or bring (back) together, unite, reunite, settle or resolve differences between, restore harmony between, make peace between, placate, make compatible:
Do you think that a marriage counsellor could help reconcile John and Martha?
2 resign, submit, accommodate, adjust:
Lady Mary Wortley Montague wrote that she was reconciled to being a woman when she reflected that she was thus in no danger of ever marrying one.

Concise English dictionary

+make compatible with
+bring into consonance or accord
+come to terms
+accept as inevitable