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settle1 British & World English

Resolve or reach an agreement about (an argument or problem)

settle2 British & World English

A wooden bench with a high back and arms, typically incorporating a box under the seat

settle English Thesaurus

every effort was made to settle the dispute

settle a score British & World English

Take revenge on someone for something damaging that they have done in the past

settle someone's hash British & World English

Deal with someone in a forceful and decisive manner

settle one's affairs British & World English

Make any necessary arrangements, such as writing a will, before one’s death

settle the succession British & World English

Determine who shall succeed someone

settle or pay a or the score in score British & World English

Take revenge on someone for something damaging that they have done in the past

settle someone's hash in hash1 British & World English

Deal with someone in a forceful and decisive manner

settle one's affairs or estate in settle1 British & World English

Make any necessary arrangements, such as writing a will, before one’s death

settle the succession in succession British & World English

Determine who shall succeed someone

pay off/settle old scores in score English Thesaurus

he can't resist settling old scores—the book is full of retaliatory digs and sneers


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