Definition of conciliator in English:

conciliator

Syllabification: con·cil·i·a·tor
Pronunciation: /kənˈsilēˌādər/

noun

A person who acts as a mediator between two disputing people or groups: he was seen as a conciliator, who would heal divisions in the party
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  • I think Powell is a better mediator, conciliator.
  • In Victoria, the battle pitted Turner, the working-class warrior, versus Beresford, the middle-class conciliator.
  • First, the PCC prefers to act as a conciliator rather than a judge.
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