suderinti, taikinti, taikytis, taikintis, įgyti prielankumą, palenkti į save, sutaikinti
Verb(1) cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of(2) come to terms(3) make (one thing, another
(1) This is one of the fundamental problems that we're all facing, especially in the federal jurisdiction: the commission doesn't have the power to conciliate matters outside of the award.(2) the arts which conciliate popularity(3) Wearing one of my mother's favourite dresses in hopes to conciliate the tensions of the previous day, I walked with a light step down the creaking staircase.(4) concessions were made to conciliate the peasantry(5) Though this was hardly likely to conciliate Louis' goodwill, it gave him at least the status of belonging to a definite party.(6) In such cases the CEC then has power to investigate, mediate, or conciliate between the parties to see whether a mutually satisfactory solution can be agreed.(7) The combine strength of these Jathas was enough to persuade Zakriya Khan, who, on the transfer of his father to Multan, had become governor of Lahore, to try to conciliate the Sikhs.(8) When Lloyd George made a somewhat defeatist speech in Parliament in May 1941, Churchill felt no need to conciliate him.(9) The BGAO had tried to conciliate growing Landmark sentiment by eliminating most of the organization's financial requirements for membership.(10) In another important aspect of the decision, the full bench said that Commissioner John Elder erred when he decided that the matter was beyond jurisdiction before attempting to conciliate it.(11) They stand at a remove from the deceit and vulgarity growing at the heart of the novel, embodied by Maryna's passion for lying and display, her willingness to flatter, conciliate and compromise.(12) Governments have no more urgent task than to help to conciliate individuals, corporations, institutions, and society at large with the new frontierless Universe.(13) Treating Islam as an aberration because of its views on martyrdom is bound to antagonise rather than conciliate Muslims.(14) This week he is visiting Europe to conciliate , but I have to wonder if we are really at the start of a new era of transatlantic harmony.(15) He notes the instructions to governors to conciliate and protect the natives, and argues they did their best to temper the hostility of settlers.(16) At the same time the European governments seek to conciliate with Washington, they pursue their own imperialist projects.
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