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折り合い, おりあい

  • oriai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • mutual relations
  • compromise

Examples of 折り合い,おりあい in a Sentence

John came to terms with his problem, which means he has accepted it.
He put terms on his problem.
I am afraid that they don't get along very well.
After all they came to terms with each other.
In the matter of house-rent I have come to terms with him.

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