heal the breach

heal the breach
index placate, reconcile

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • breach — n 1 Breach, infraction, violation, transgression, trespass, infringement, contravention are comparable when denoting the act or the offense of one who fails to keep the law or to do what the law, one s duty, or an obligation requires. Breach… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • breach — breach1 W3 [bri:tʃ] n [: Old English; Origin: bryce] 1.) [U and C] an action that breaks a law, rule, or agreement breach of ▪ This was a clear breach of the 1994 Trade Agreement. ▪ They sued the company for breach of contract . ▪ a breach of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • breach — 1 noun 1 breach of the law/rules/agreement etc an action that breaks a law, rule, or agreement between people, groups, or countries: a clear breach of the 1994 Trade Agreement | be in breach of sth: We will expel any member found to be in breach… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • heal — [ hil ] verb ** 1. ) intransitive if an injury heals, the skin or bone grows back together and becomes healthy again: The wound took a long time to heal. a ) transitive to make a part of the body healthy again after an injury: Vitamin K is needed …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • heal — [hi:l] v [I and T] [: Old English; Origin: hAlan] 1.) also heal up if a wound or a broken bone heals or is healed, the flesh, skin, or bone grows back together and becomes healthy again ▪ It took three months for my arm to heal properly. 2.) to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • heal — [hēl] vt. [ME helen < OE hælan (akin to Ger heilen) < base of hal, sound, healthy: see HALE1, WHOLE] 1. to make sound, well, or healthy again; restore to health [heal the sick] 2. a) to cure or get rid of (a disease) …   English World dictionary

  • breach — n. violation 1) to commit a breach (of etiquette, of the peace) 2) an egregious, flagrant breach gap 3) to effect, make a breach (in enemy lines) 4) to close, seal off a breach 5) to fling oneself, throw oneself into the breach break in friendly… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • breach — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 breaking of a law, agreement, rule, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ clear, fundamental, grave, serious ▪ deliberate, flagrant ▪ He refused to shake hands, in deliberate breach …   Collocations dictionary

  • heal */*/ — UK [hiːl] / US [hɪl] verb Word forms heal : present tense I/you/we/they heal he/she/it heals present participle healing past tense healed past participle healed 1) [intransitive] if an injury heals, the skin or bone grows back together and… …   English dictionary

  • heal — verb Etymology: Middle English helen, from Old English hǣlan; akin to Old High German heilen to heal, Old English hāl whole more at whole Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to make sound or whole < heal a wound > b. to restore to… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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