- settle an argument
例句：They managed to settle the argument without any hard feelings.
- settle a debt
例句：He finally settled his debt with the bank.
- settle a dispute
例句：The two companies decided to settle the dispute out of court.
- settle a score
例句：He wanted to settle a score with his old rival.
- settle a bill
例句：I’ll settle the bill for tonight’s dinner.
- settle a matter / a question
例句：We need to settle this matter once and for all.
- settle a claim
例句：The insurance company quickly settled the claim.
- settle a case
例句：The lawyer managed to settle the case in favor of his client.
- settle their differences (disagreements)
例句：The two parties met to settle their differences.
- settle an issue
例句：The board members gathered to settle the pending issue.
- settle an account
例句：I went to the bank to settle my account before leaving the country.
- They settled their disagreements through peaceful discussion.
- She had not settled the bill when the waiter reminded her.
- After much debate, the committee will finally settle the issue tomorrow.
- I’m trying to settle the matter before it escalates.
- The two companies hired a mediator to help settle the dispute.
- If you don’t settle this problem now, it will become bigger in the future.
- They’ve been advised to settle the case out of court.
- Whenever there’s a disagreement, he’s always the first one wanting to settle things.
- She will settle the outstanding payments by the end of the month.
- He worked hard to settle his debts after losing his job.
- resolve 解決、決定 vt. 表示找到問題的答案或解決方案。
例句：They managed to resolve their differences.
- finalize 確定、完成 vt. 表示使某事物達到最終、確定的狀態。
例句：She will finalize the plans by next week.
- clear 清楚、了結 vt. 表示解決或清除疑慮、問題或債務。
例句：I need to clear this bill as soon as possible.
- arrange 安排、整理 vt. 表示計劃或準備某事物的特定方式。
例句：I’ll arrange the details with the supplier.
- settle down
安定下來 / 定居
例句：After years of traveling, he decided to settle down in a small town.
- settle for
接受 / 妥協
例句：I didn’t get exactly what I wanted, but I had to settle for what was available.
- settle in
安頓 / 適應
例句：It took a few weeks for her to settle in at her new job.
- settle on
選擇 / 決定
例句：After much discussion, they settled on a date for the wedding.
- settle with
和解 / 結算
例句：He had to settle with his former business partner in court.
- settle into
例句：After a long day of work, it felt good to settle into a comfortable chair.
- settle for less
妥協 / 接受次等的
例句：Even though she had the qualifications for a higher paying job, she decided to settle for less because she wanted to work closer to home.
- After the storm, the waters finally began to settle.
- The dust will settle after a while, and you can see clearly.
- As night approached, the town started to settle.
- He took a deep breath, allowing his nerves to settle.
- Once the news broke, it took a few days for things to settle.
- The bubbles will settle if you wait for a few minutes.
- With time, most conflicts tend to settle on their own.
- She watched as the birds began to settle on the trees.
- Let’s wait for the situation to settle before making a decision.
- After shaking the bottle, it took some time for the sediment to settle.
- If you let the muddy water stand, the dirt will settle to the bottom.
- When making coffee, it’s important to let the grounds settle at the bottom before pouring.
- rest 休息 vi. 指的是停止工作或活動，放鬆或恢復體力。
例句：After a long walk, we decided to rest by the river.
- land 著陸 vi. 指飛機或鳥降落到地面或水面。
例句：The plane will land in an hour.
- sink 沉沒 vi. 指的是物體在水中下沉。
例句：The boat began to sink after hitting the rock.
- subside 平息、消退 vi. 指的是變得更加平靜或減弱。
例句：The floodwaters began to subside after two days.
- settled 安定下來的、(永久性地)定居、安家、(天氣)穩定的 adj.
- settlement (結束爭端的)協定、庭外和解(費)、定居、定居地、結算、結帳、建築物、地面沈降(下沈) n.
- settler 來自別國的移居者、定居者、殖民者 n.