Politics on both sides of South Asia leaves little room for compromise or dialogue. They would then expect the Senate to withdraw this amendment and compromise to keep the government open for 60 days. Honestly, the former has tried to find a compromise between the directly opposing views of beef and Mr Neumann. All of us – not you – we all compromise because other people compromise. 1An agreement or settlement of a dispute obtained by each party with concessions. It is clear that he does not like my compromise, but he seems resigned. Talfourd is strongly inclined to compromise with printers under any conditions. Emetophobia tends to compromise my relationships and turn me into a selfish idiot. But after reaching a compromise, the IRS authorized the school in March 2002 as a tax-exempt nonprofit. Honestly, if you continue to compromise him and his good reputation, by arriving in his studio like this, it will ruin him. “Stuffing” and “Dressing”: do you know the difference? 2mass Substantive Appropriate acceptance of lower than desirable standards. . Late English (called mutual consent to arbitration): from the old French compromise, from the Latin compromise “un consent à l`arbitrage”, castrate the past participation of compromittere, com- `together` + promittere (see promise).
He complained about his freedom on the grounds that slavery in free territory was illegal under the compromise. 3with an object discredited or dangerous by prying, senseless or ruthless behavior. “Epidemic” vs “pandemic” vs. “endemic”: what do these terms mean? “Affect” vs. “Effect”: use the right word every time….