come to terms

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To reach an agreement or settle a dispute.
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We hope someday she and her mother will come to terms on the matter.

Submitted on September 01, 2009

Additional definitions for 'come to terms':

come to termsTo accept or resign oneself to something emotionally painful.
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parvenir à un accord

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