- An arrangement where opposing parties lower their demands or change their expectations to meet halfway and resolve a disagreement, often used to prevent or finish a lawsuit
- The act of reaching a solution or settling a dispute by making concessions or adjustments
- Engaging in the process of reaching an agreement by making mutual concessions
- The two parties reached a compromise to avoid dragging the dispute into court.
- It became necessary to compromise to swiftly achieve a resolution to the ongoing argument.
- In order to move past the disagreement, both parties decided to compromise and find a middle ground.