|Origin:||réconcilier, from Latin conciliare; CONCILIATE|
if you reconcile two ideas, situations, or facts, you find a way in which they can both be true or acceptable:
The possibility remains that the two theories may be reconciled.
reconcile something with something
Bevan tried to reconcile British socialism with a wider international vision.
to have a good relationship again with someone after you have quarrelled with them:
Jonah and his youngest son were, on the surface at least, reconciled.
reconcile somebody to somethingphrasal verb
He tried to reconcile his father to the idea of the wedding.
reconcile yourself to something
Henry had more or less reconciled himself to Don's death.