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make peace (or one's peace)

Definition of make peace or one's peace in English:

Re-establish friendly relations; become reconciled: not every conservative has made peace with big government
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  • Eventually, Gideon makes his peace with his daughter, decides to quit the rat race, and disappears off into the sunset with Stella.
  • He did his best to console them and help them to make their peace with God.
  • I just need to make my peace with myself, my neighbour, my community and my earth.
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