conciliate

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Mediate in a dispute
Make calm and content; placate
to obtain the friendship of
{v} to gain, get, procure, reconcile
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
{f} appease, placate, pacify, reconcile
To win ower; to gain from a state of hostility; to gain the good will or favor of; to make friendly; to mollify; to propitiate; to appease
If you conciliate someone, you try to end a disagreement with them. His duty was to conciliate the people, not to provoke them The President has a strong political urge to conciliate He spoke in a low, nervous, conciliating voice. to do something to make people more likely to stop arguing, especially by giving them something they want (past participle of conciliare , from concilium; COUNCIL)
cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; "She managed to mollify the angry customer"
make compatible with; "The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
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A form of alternative dispute resolution, similar but less formal than mediation, in which the parties bring their dispute to a neutral third party, who helps lower tensions, improve communications and explore possible solutions
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willing to conciliate, or to make concessions
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tending to reconcile
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{a} gaining, reconciling, healing
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{n} the act of reconciling, an union
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{n} a reconciler, peacemaker, friend
conciliatory
{a} tending to reconcile, healing
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past of conciliate
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present participle of conciliate
conciliation
the state of manifesting goodwill and cooperation after being reconciled; "there was a brief period of conciliation but the fighting soon resumed"
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(From Latin conciliare: "to call or bring together ") The process by which an impartial third party makes an independent investigation and suggests a solution to a dispute
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any of various forms of mediation whereby disputes may be settled short of arbitration the state of manifesting goodwill and cooperation after being reconciled; "there was a brief period of conciliation but the fighting soon resumed
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An informal process in which a passive third party is positioned between the parties to create a channel for communications, usually by conveying messages between the parties who are unwilling to meet face to face, to identify common ground and to eventually reestablish direct communications between the parties The term is often interchanged with mediation; however, conciliation involves a more passive third party The process can be readily combined with mediation
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A legally required step in the collective bargaining process, providing for the intervention of a person appointed by the Minister of Labour to assist the parties, if negotiations do not produce a collective agreement If conciliation is unsuccessful, the officer issues a "no-board" report
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is a process in which the parties to a dispute, with the assistance of a neutral third party (the conciliator), identify the disputed issues, develop options, consider alternatives and endeavour to reach an agreement The conciliator may have an advisory role on the content of the dispute or the outcome of its resolution, but not a determinative role The conciliator may advise on or determine the process of conciliation whereby resolution is attempted, and may make suggestions for terms of settlement, give expert advice on likely settlement terms, and may actively encourage the participants to reach an agreement
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The action of bringing peace and harmony; the action of ending strife
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Conciliation procedures require a dissatisfied customer to make a verbal complaint followed by a formal letter of complaint It is a free, quick and easy form of redress
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The act or process of conciliating; the state of being conciliated
conciliation
A form of alternative dispute resolution in which the parties bring their dispute to a neutral third party, who helps lower tensions, improve communications, and explore possible solutions Conciliation is similar to mediation, but it may be less formal
conciliation
The adjustment and settlement of a dispute in a friendly, un-antagonistic manner
conciliation
the act of placating and overcoming distrust and animosity
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A process through which voluntary agreement is sought between the parties with the help of a neutral third party Conciliators (usually appointed by the state) and mediators (usually privately hired by the parties themselves) do not bring forth binding awards such as arbitrators do, they make recommendations which the parties are free to accept or reject
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An informal process where a third party tries to reduce tension to a level where communication can occur and issues can be discussed The conciliator attempts to establish sufficient trust between the parties to allow for negotiation, facilitation or mediation Back
conciliation
any of various forms of mediation whereby disputes may be settled short of arbitration
conciliation
Conciliation involves efforts by a third party to improve the relationship between two or more disputants It may be done as a part of mediation, or independently Generally, the third party will work with the disputants to correct misunderstandings, reduce fear and distrust, and generally improve communication between the parties in conflict Sometimes this alone will result in dispute settlement; at other times, it paves the way for a later mediation process
conciliation
Often used interchangeably with Mediation, conciliation is a method of dispute resolution in which the parties involved clarify issues and narrow differences through the aid of a neutral facilitator
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Conciliation is willingness to end a disagreement or the process of ending a disagreement. The experience has left him sceptical about efforts at conciliation. the process of trying to get people to stop arguing and agree reconciliation
conciliation
a process to improve acceptance and communication between conflicting parties, to allow them to negotiate a solution/an agreement
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  See MEDIATION
conciliation
{i} appeasement, reconciliation; compromise
conciliation
a method of outside resolution of labor and management differences in which a third party is brought in to keep the two sides talking
conciliation
a settlement of a dispute through discussion rather than formal hearings and/or a trial Sometimes called mediation Used by Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), PERB, and Division of Human Rights, among others
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The settlement or adjustment of a dispute in a friendly and non confrontational manner Usually used in courts before a trial to a view to avoiding trial
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someone who tries to bring peace
conciliator
A person who conciliates
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{i} arbiter, arbitrator
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One who conciliates
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Tending to conciliate; pacific; mollifying; propitiating
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making or willing to make concessions; "loneliness tore through him whenever he thought of even the compromising Louis du Tillet"
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overcoming animosity or hostility; "spoke in a conciliating tone"; "a conciliatory visit"
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{s} appeasing, disarming, pacifying
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overcoming animosity or hostility; "spoke in a conciliating tone"; "a conciliatory visit
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When you are conciliatory in your actions or behaviour, you show that you are willing to end a disagreement with someone. The President's speech was hailed as a conciliatory gesture toward business. doing something that is intended to make someone stop arguing with you conciliatory approach/tone/gesture etc
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