compromise with over

compromise with over
to reach agreement by modifying or reducing one's stated objectives

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  • compromise — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Settlement of differences by mutual concession Nouns 1. compromise; mediation, arbitration, negotiation, give and take, bargaining. 2. settlement, concession, appeasement, compensation; terms, bargain,… …   English dictionary for students

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  • Compromise of Nobles — Eedverbond der Edelen, from Hendrik Conscience Geschiedenis van België, 1859 The Compromise[1]of Nobles (Dutch: Eedverbond der Edelen; French: Compromis des Nobles) was a …   Wikipedia