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come to terms

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  • come to an agreement
  • reach agreement
  • come to an understanding
  • conclude agreement

come to terms with something

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  • learn to live with
  • come to accept
  • be reconciled to
  • reach acceptance of

in terms of

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Synonyms for term

a limited or specific period of time during which something happens, lasts, or extends

the period during which someone or something exists

a specific length of time characterized by the occurrence of certain conditions or events

a sound or combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning

an established position from which to operate or deal with others

to describe with a word or term

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a word or expression used for some particular thing

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(usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement

any distinct quantity contained in a polynomial

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the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent

(architecture) a statue or a human bust or an animal carved out of the top of a square pillar

name formally or designate with a term

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As Berg suggests at the outset of Coming to Terms, the examination of these early documents will help to provide foundation for a new relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in South Australia.
The spokesman said: "No action has been taken against the producers involved in the project as their job was to observe a man coming to terms with his loss of memory.
And the David James who next May will be coming to terms with a future as an innkeeper.
His death is not being treated as suspicious and his grieving family are coming to terms with the tragedy.
Edited by Leo Panitch & Colin Leys, Coming to Terms with Nature: Socialist Register 2007 is an anthology of essays by learned authors discussing the dramatic ecological challenges to capitalism today, and whether socialist thought has progressed sufficiently to address capitalism's weakness in this regard.
Anyone who dismisses this as an aged perv's fantasy is missing how keenly screenwriter Hanif Kureishi understands coming to terms with mortality (and obviously hasn't seen his and director Roger Michell's ``The Mother,'' which looked at a similar situation just as perceptively from an elderly woman's perspective).
Lies That Bind uses the format of a novel to lay out and illustrate the issues of a young gay boy coming to terms with his same-gender sexual orientation who can no longer play the "I'm-not-gay" game with his family that has resulted in severe depression.
His summer will involve not only helping his uncle, but getting to know his aunt, coming to terms with her death, and maybe even accepting his uncle hasn't quite left his past behind in this moving story of discovery.
Emily begins to unravel the family secrets of her present time with clues from the past, while in real time, Emily is coming to terms with her parents' divorce and learning to navigate her relationship with her controlling mom.
Not only was his body damaged, he was also ending a relationship with a woman and coming to terms with his sexuality.
In the mid-'90s Louis-Jensen reappeared on the commercial gallery scene with Buddhist thangka paintings that showed the former agitator coming to terms with painterly ornament.
Readers, who are likely to be involved already in the study of these questions, are thereby invited to consider problems of scope and method in relation to two disciplines, one of them now much more attentive to its social context and the other still coming to terms with its recent fashionableness.
Just emerging from almost 40 years of civil war that claimed the lives of 200,000 and displaced many times that figure, this nation of 12 million is far from coming to terms with its violent past.
The proclamation, both simple and profound, of God's presence in the midst of the world's wreckage, is the beginning of what will be - for us, for our nations, and for our world - a long process of coming to terms with this new manifestation of evil.
Starting on Wednesday, September 12 for 11 weeks is New Life, New Challenge, specifically for people coming to terms with divorce or separation.