Definition of conciliatory in English:

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conciliatory

Pronunciation: /kənˈsɪliətəri/

adjective

Intended or likely to placate or pacify: a conciliatory approach
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  • The deal is largely the result of a more conciliatory approach from Bob Iger, the Disney chief executive who was promoted last October.
  • Pro-democracy legislators have been invited to the event in a move seen as a conciliatory gesture from Beijing.
  • Articulate, quick on his feet and funny, Devaney takes a conciliatory approach to partisan issues.
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