“Settle” in the news
|allowed to settle|
|began to settle|
|decided to settle|
Publications and example sentences
· Remembering when Manchester United won the Champions League and the treble →
Most teams would have settled for extra-time, but not this United one, as two minutes later they were on the attack again and another corner fell to current manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to prod home at the far post.
· Raymond Goethals: Marseille's messiah who toppled mighty Milan →
He always denied any wrongdoing and devoted just one short paragraph of his 1994 autobiography to the affair, dismissing it as “political score settling”.
· 'I'd love to see their parents' bank accounts': corona and comedy's class divide →
I don’t think it’s going to settle the way it was.
The New York Times
· Campaigning in a Crisis: Obama, McCain, Trump and Biden →
If the Republican failed at the test of presidential leadership during this crisis, in the view of many voters, the Democrat — for all the criticism of him of being emotionally detached and inexperienced — seemed to settle on a tone of assurance and command.
The China Post
· Risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over →
Mindful of the risks, Americans settled for small processions and online tributes instead of parades Monday as they observed Memorial Day in the shadow of the pandemic.
· The Market Will Stay Irrational So Don't Miss Out →
Internationally, the U.S. is the reserve currency, which means that other countries use it to trade and settle balances.
· Scott Morrison walks away from union-busting 'integrity' bill →
Morrison said the industrial relations system was “not fit for purpose” and had settled into a form of “complacency”, with “unions seeking marginal benefits and employers closing down risks, often by simply not employing anyone”.
· Tesla's New D&O Policy Adds Risk Instead Of Covering It →
Because most cases settle before any final adjudication, the exclusions rarely bite.
· ‘It’s been a real rollercoaster’: navigating autism in the Covid-19 chaos →
The first weeks under restrictions were “completely chaotic” because routines were upended but after that, Morgan settled.
· Warner Music boss' former lover to face murder, forgery charges in France →
Frenchman Alexandre Despallieres, 52, settled a lawsuit with Mr Ikin's Sydney family in 2009 after he claimed he was the sole beneficiary of the former Warner Music boss' $20 million estate.