come to terms po angielsku

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make an arrangement, settle, reach mutual agreement; face and deal a situation and come to understand totally and in an unbiased manner (e.g., "I really had no choice and I came to terms with my mom's illness")

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Coming to terms with the past is an important topic in German society because of twentieth-century history.
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However, I am not trying here to come to terms with the past.
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I had to come to terms with my present salary.
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His coming to terms with the sea felt like a long, drawn-out birth.
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Quitter. I tested the words in my head, trying to come to terms with them.
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My mother's religion helped her to come to terms with my father's death.
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At last they came to terms with their neighbours.
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In time, you'll come to terms with what you've done...
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After all they came to terms with each other.
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(HU) We will have to come to terms with oil prices remaining high in the long term.
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