1. (mutual agreement) 
The parties finally reached a compromise after three hours of negotiation.Después de tres horas de negociación, las partes finalmente llegaron a una solución intermedia.
2. (giving ground) 
Compromise is not one of her strong points.La transigencia no es su punto fuerte.
intransitive verb
3. (to come to a mutual agreement) 
In the end we compromised and everyone gave $50.Al final llegamos a una solución intermedia y todos dieron 50 dólares.
4. (to make concessions) 
a. transigir 
If you two want to reach an agreement, you both need to learn how to compromise.Si quieren llegar a un acuerdo, ambos deben aprender a transigir.
They knew what they wanted and were not prepared to compromise.Sabían lo que querían y no estaban dispuestos a hacer concesiones.
5. (to accept something inferior) 
a. no direct translation 
It may be necessary to compromise on some immediate goals so that the project can continue.Tal vez sea necesario dejar de lado algunos objetivos inmediatos para que el proyecto siga adelante.
We are not prepared to compromise on quality.No estamos dispuestos a aceptar algo de calidad inferior.
transitive verb
6. (to jeopardize) 
That strategy could compromise the safety of our soldiers.Esa estrategia podría comprometer la seguridad de nuestros soldados.
These measures will compromise the future development of the project.Estas medidas pondrán en peligro el futuro desarrollo del proyecto.
7. (to discredit) 
a. comprometer (reputation) 
He wouldn't do anything to compromise his reputation.No haría nada que comprometiera su reputación.
8. (to weaken) 
a. traicionar (principles) 
As soon as you compromise your principles, you are lost.En cuanto traiciones tus principios, estás perdido.
reflexive verb
9. (to put oneself in a difficult situation) 
She is compromising herself by accepting this invitation.Al aceptar esta invitación se está poniendo en un compromiso.
1. (general) 
a. la solución negociada or intermedia (F) 
to reach a compromisealcanzar una solución intermedia
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. poner en peligro 
to compromise oneselfponerse en una situación comprometida
he compromised his principlestraicionó sus principios
intransitive verb
3. (general) 
a. transigir, hacer concesiones 
compromise [ˈkɒmprəmaɪz]
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
intransitive verb
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.
transitive verb
1 (endanger safety of) poner en peligro
2 (bring under suspicion) [+reputation, person] comprometer
to compromise o.s. comprometerse
[+decision, solution] intermedio
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