reconciles; reconciled; reconciling
1 [+ object] : to find a way of making (two different ideas, facts, etc.) exist or be true at the same time
I'm afraid her story cannot be reconciled with the proven facts. [=her story must be false because it does not agree with the proven facts]
You'll need to reconcile [=settle] your differences with her.
It can be difficult to reconcile your ideals with reality.
2 : to cause people or groups to become friendly again after an argument or disagreement
His attempt to reconcile his friends (with each other) was unsuccessful.
— often used as (be) reconciled
After many years, they are finally reconciled (with each other). [=they are friendly again]
We will never reconcile.
After many years, they finally reconciled (with each other).
— reconcilable /ˌrɛkənˈsaɪləbəl/ adjective
Your theory is easily reconcilable with our results.