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come to terms with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome to terms with somethingcome to terms with somethingACCEPTto accept an unpleasant or sad situation and no longer feel upset or angry about it George and Elizabeth have come to terms with the fact that they will never have children. Counselling helped her come to terms with her grief. term
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come to terms with the fact thatGeorge and Elizabeth had come to terms with the fact that they would always be childless.Some of us never quite come to terms with the fact that penises come in all shapes and sizes.
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