Definition of 'come to terms'
Example sentences containing 'come to terms'
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What we have to do is to enable you to release your anxieties, to come to terms with the tragic events. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (1984)Probably wanted time to come to terms with the situation - to work out the next step. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (1984)A subsequent investigation exonerated me of any blame, but I still couldn't come to terms with what I'd done. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (1984)
Shall we talk about our feelings, share personal experiences, come to terms with inner conflicts? GENIE ON THE LOOSE (1984)
Synonyms of 'come to terms'
come to an agreement, reach agreement, come to an understanding, conclude agreement
Definition of come to terms from the Collins English Dictionary
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