English version

make (your) peace with somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake (your) peace with somebodymake (your) peace with somebodyAGREEto end a quarrel with a person or group, especially by telling them you are sorry Ann wanted to make her peace with her father before he died. peace
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make (your) peace with somebodySome ODers even made peace with Theory X executives who were willing to back their efforts.Only Alik seems to have made peace with his upbringing.A long time ago, I made peace with the state of Virginia and the South...Her main motive was simple: to retrieve the ring and thereby enable Rick to make peace with his family.For almost 20 years, she struggled to make peace with the past.
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