compromise

英 ['kɒmprəmaɪz] 美 [ˈkɑmprəˌmaɪz]

n. 妥协,折衷,折衷案,和解
vi. 妥协处理
vt. 危害

词形变化

时 态:com·pro·mised, com·pro·mis·ing, com·pro·mis·es
名 词:com'pro·mis'er

英英解释

共2个名词解释

1.

a middle way between two extremes
[] compromise,via media

2.

an accommodation in which both sides make concessions
    []
  1. the newly elected congressmen rejected a compromise because they considered it business as usual'

共3个动词解释

1.

make a compromise; arrive at a compromise
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  1. nobody will get everything he wants; go we all must compromise

2.

settle by concession

3.

expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute
    []
  1. The nuclear secrets of the state were compromised by the spy

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