Honestly, the former tried to find a compromise between the directly opposite views of beef and Neumann. But after reaching a compromise, the IRS approved the school in March 2002 as a tax-exempt non-profit organization. They would then expect the Senate to introduce this amendment and a compromise just over 60 days to keep the government open. It is clear that he does not like my compromise, but he seems resigned. We are all – you do not – we compromise all compromises because other people compromise. 1An agreement or settlement of a dispute obtained by each party making concessions. Honestly, if you keep compromising him and his name, by coming into his studio like that, it`s going to ruin him. Estophobia tends to compromise my relationships and turn me into a selfish jolt. Politics on both sides in South Asia leaves little room for compromise or dialogue. Talfourd is firmly inclined to compromise with printers on any conditions. “Affect” vs. “Effect”: Use the right word every Time 2mass noun Appropriate acceptance of lower standards than is desirable. Late average English (mutual consent to arbitration): from the old French compromise, from the late Latin compromise `a consent to arbitration`, from com-`together` -promise).
3 with object Discrediting or endangering by indiscreet, stupid or reckless behavior. . He complained of his freedom on the grounds that slavery in free territory was illegal under the compromise. “Epidemic” vs. “Pandemic” vs. “Finmic”: What do these terms mean? “Stuffing” vs. “Dressing”: Do you know the difference?.