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adjudicate to settle by a judge or judges or in a judicial procedure. [1/2 definitions]
adjust in insurance, to settle (a claim). [1/5 definitions]
arbiter someone who has the authority to decide an issue or settle a dispute; arbitrator.
bottom to settle or rest on the bottom. [1/11 definitions]
clinch to make certain or final; secure; settle. [1/8 definitions]
colloid in chemistry, a suspension of a very finely ground or divided substance in a gas, liquid, or solid, such that suspended particles tend not to settle out. [1/3 definitions]
colonize to establish or form a colony on; settle. [2/3 definitions]
compound1 to settle or come to terms by compromise. [1/12 definitions]
compromise to settle by mutual concessions. [1/7 definitions]
conclusive serving to reach a final answer or decision, or to settle.
determine to decide or settle (a question, controversy, or the like) finally and authoritatively. [1/6 definitions]
dispose to settle matters. [1/4 definitions]
duel a formal, arranged fight between two people, usu. with pistols or swords, to defend their honor or settle a conflict. [1/3 definitions]
emigrate to leave one country or region, usu. the country of origin, in order to settle in another.
extinguish in law, to settle or discharge (a debt). [1/4 definitions]
foreign exchange foreign currencies used to settle accounts in another country. [1/2 definitions]
grievance committee a committee empowered to settle grievances, as between labor and management, according to formal procedures established by prior agreement.
grudge arranged or carried out in order to settle a grudge. [1/4 definitions]
homestead to claim and settle on (a piece of land), as under the U.S. Homestead Act. [2/4 definitions]
homestead law any law prohibiting forced sale or seizure of a homestead to settle debt. [2 definitions]
indeterminable impossible to settle or reach a conclusion on. [1/2 definitions]