Translation of reconciliation in Spanish:

reconciliation

Pronunciation: /ˌrekənsɪliˈeɪʃən/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (of people) reconciliation (with sb) reconciliación (feminine)(con algn)
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    • However, the dialogue is more than a moment of reconciliation.
    • Without resurrection, there can never be any final reconciliation.
    • Rio Tinto chairman, Robert Wilson, spoke of "reconciliation" with Union employees.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (of ideas, aims) reconciliation (with sth) conciliación (feminine)(con algo)
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    • The process of reconciliation of the high-tech vs. low-tech paradox was spectacularly demonstrated by a New York Times report about the Al Qaeda's regrouping efforts using the Internet.
    1.3 c and u (of accounts) conciliación (feminine)
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    • Fennell also referred to the council's bank overdraft position as was stated in annexure B of its bank reconciliation report on April 30.
    • Around February 28, 2000, Mr. Vucenovic delivered an expense and realty tax reconciliation statement for the year 1999 to the tenants.
    • Some companies use pre-assignment estimates, accrual, and quarterly reconciliation processes in an effort to get closer to tracking and managing the total costs.

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