|act as a referee, act as referee, make decisions or settle disputes between two parties; enforce the rules at a sports match, arbitrator, unbiased person who makes decisions and settles disputes; umpire, official who enforces game rules during sports c...||referee|
|act of loading software, fit or connect something, load software, place somebody in office, settle in||install; instal|
|action as medium, arbitration; intervention; reconciliation; act of mediating between two parties; act of bringing peace between two nations who are at dispute (International Law), intervention to settle a dispute||mediation|
|adapt music, make agreement for something to happen, organize; settle, prepare for something, put somebody or something in order||arrange|
|adapt to new circumstances, change slightly, decide amount of money owed, modify; adapt; tune; fit, install; arrange; settle||adjust|
|add on, begin, arrive; settle, move shoreward||set in|
|adopt an aggressive posture, arrange or be arranged satisfactorily, face something unpleasant, make an enlargement using a grid of squares, settle debts||square up|
|adopt or cause to adopt purpose, decide, settle; conclude; cause, affect, end, find out, fix limits, influence||determine|
|advance payment, giving of money in advance (to settle a debt), paying in advance||prepayment|
|affecting conventional femininity, amusingly brash, behave in camp way, build a temporary residence; settle down, establish oneself; live in a temporary residence, deliberate outrageousness, group, out-of-date; ostentatious, theatrical; effeminate, gay...||camp|
|agree by conceding, agreement, expose to danger, lessen value of something, potential danger or disgrace, settle a disagreement by making mutual concessions, settling of a disagreement by making mutual concessions, something accepted rather than wanted||compromise|
|argument leading to agreement, bargain, wrangle, negotiate, argue over a price or condition, cut roughly, try to settle on a price||haggle|
|arrange items, be the parts of something, calm, create, write; arrange; calm oneself; settle, put elements together, reconcile argument, set type||compose|
|arrive from elsewhere, bring in as a settler, come and settle in a country, come to a country in order to take up permanent residence, settle in a new country||immigrate|
|ask somebody to settle dispute, mediate, act as a mediator in a dispute; serve as a judge, settle dispute between others||arbitrate|
|atone for human sin, buy something back, exchange something for money, keep a promise, make something acceptable, pay off, settle a debt through payment; regain through payment; convert an item into its cash value; deliver from sin or evil; fulfill, ca...||redeem|
|banish, expel, deport, exile, one who lives in a foreign country, exiled, living in a foreign country, expel somebody from his or her own country, relating to those living abroad, settle abroad, somebody who has moved abroad, somebody without citizensh...||expatriate|
|be dead, composure, lie resting, lie resting on top of something, peace of mind, put faith or confidence in, relax; place on or against something; lie down, recline, relaxation; sleep; tranquility, peacefulness; stillness, absence of movement, settle s...||repose|
|be punished, bestow, bring in money, give a positive result, give money for goods or to cancel debts; settle, repay; be worthwhile, be profitable, give money for something, let go leeward, money given in return for work, needing the insertion of a coin...||pay|
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