- vt.使和好，使和解; 调停，排解（争端等）; [宗]使（场所等）洁净; [船]使（木板）接缝平滑;
- 第三人称单数: reconciles;
- 过去式: reconciled;
- 过去分词: reconciled;
- 现在分词: reconciling;
- 形容词: reconcilable;
an attempt to reconcile the need for industrial development with concern for the environment
Negotiators must now work out how to reconcile these demands with American demands for access.
It's difficult to reconcile the demands of my job and the desire to be a good father.
Must they reconcile themselves to their fate?
难道他们甘心忍受这种命运 吗 ?
I can't reconcile those two ideas.
Must they reconcile themselves to their fate, they asked themselves.
I can't reconcile what you say with the facts of the case.
How can you reconcile it to your conscience?
你这样做,问心无愧 吗 ?
I can sooner reconcile all Europe than two women.
Currently it is not possible to reconcile this conflicting evidence.
It may be possible to reconcile both objectives.
You must reconcile yourself to a life of hardship and poverty.
They will never reconcile themselves to their defeat.
I've seen people bond , flirt, and even reconcile with one another through song choices.
我见过人们通过歌曲相识, 调情, 甚至和解.
How do you reconcile your principles with your behaviour, which is exactly opposite?
Reconcile computer generated subsidiary ledger balance of all receivable against general ledger balances.
Reconcile invoices, receiving records and purchase orders with the Outstanding Report before preparing manual cheques.
Litigants of the two parties may reconcile of their own accord.
Each month we reconcile our check book with the bank statement.
Which also includes hawkers craftsmen to reconcile the streets shouting tone.
Hawthorn cake will break into mud after adding spices to reconcile into juice.
The students practice the issuing of check and learn how to reconcile a bank statement.
How can you reconcile this statement with what you said yesterday?
Jesus Christ died on the cross for sinners order to bring sinners to reconcile with God.
I will reconcile my way of thinking with yours.
His was a story difficult to reconcile with the facts.
The people must reconcile themselves to a reduced standard of living.
We tried to reconcile her with her family.
To reconcile or equalize the sums of the debits and credits of ( an account ) .
使收支平衡:使借方和贷方的总 额数 相符或相等.
A man who had recently reconciled with his brother told Gold there's something that lets older people to put aside bad deeds of the past and focus a little on what we need now, especially when it's sisters and brothers.
What did the man who had recently reconciled with his brother tell Debra Gold about older people
1. make compatible with;
"The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
2. bring into consonance or accord;
"harmonize one's goals with one's abilities"
3. come to terms;
"After some discussion we finally made up"
4. accept as inevitable;
"He resigned himself to his fate"
reconcilable 可和解的, 可调和的
council 政务会, 理事会, 委员会