"compromise" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

compromise
[ˈkɒmprəmaɪz]
sustantivo
1. solución (f) negociada or intermedia
  • to reach a compromise -> alcanzar una solución intermedia
verbo transitivo
2. poner en peligro
  • to compromise oneself -> ponerse en una situación comprometida
  • he compromised his principles -> traicionó sus principios
verbo intransitivo
3. transigir, hacer concesiones

compromise [kom-pro-mais]
sustantivo
1. Compromiso, el acto y efecto de comprometerse; convenio entre litigantes por el cual ajustan o zanjan su litigio mediante concesiones recíprocas; arreglo, acuerdo mutuo (agreement).
  • To come to/to reach a compromise -> llegar a un acuerdo mutuo
1. Comprometer, comprometerse, allanarse o convenir en la decisión de un tercero; terminar un desacuerdo por medio de concesiones mutua
sustantivo
2. Comprometer (discredit/person, organization, reputation).
3. Comprometer, exponer, arriesgar un negocio por algún acto o declaración, poner en peligro (endanger).
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
4. Transigir, transar, someterse a un compromiso (make concessions). (n)
  • We cannot compromise on this point -> en este punto no podemos ceder o transigir (give way)
va.

compromise [ˈkɒmprəmaɪz]
noun
1 (agreement) arreglo (m); solución (f) intermedia
to reach a compromise (over sth) llegar a un arreglo (sobre algo)
2 (giving in) transigencia (f)
there can be no compromise with treason no transigimos con la traición
verb:intransitive
1 (reach an agreement) llegar a un arreglo
so we compromised on seven así que, ni para uno ni para otro, convinimos en siete
2 (give in) transigir; transar; (LAm)
to compromise with sb over sth transigir con algn sobre algo; to agree to compromise (with sb) avenirse a transigir (con algn); in the end I agreed to compromise terminé dando mi brazo a torcer
And since then he's repeatedly urged the Lithuanians to agree to compromise with Moscow and bring an end to the blockade. came amid growing political tension between the opposition and the government and the suspension of the work of the conference by President Eyadema. Now it appears that both sides have agreed to compromise.
verb:transitive
1 (endanger safety of) poner en peligro
2 (bring under suspicion) [+reputation, person] comprometer
to compromise o.s. comprometerse
modifier
[+decision, solution] intermedio

Verb Conjugations for "compromise" (go to comprometerse; llegar a un acuerdo)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I compromise I compromised I will compromise
you compromise you compromised you will compromise
he/she compromises he/she compromised he/she will compromise
we compromise we compromised we will compromise
you compromise you compromised you will compromise
they compromise they compromised they will compromise
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