reconciliation, reconcile

gentleman1

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1) a) When people in a company (from various departments) discuss their company’s new product, can it be said that they conduct “Reconciliation on the product”?
b)) What would be a better word in place of “reconciliation”
2) a) When a company submits its project requiring authorities’ approval to the authorities, can it be said that the project “is being reconciled with the authorities”?
b) What would be a better word in place of “reconciliation”
3) a) When two companies discuss a contract, can it be said that they perform “reconciliation” of the contract?
b) What would be a better word in place of “reconciliation”

Thank you!
Best regards,
Michael Kislov
 
  • Beryl from Northallerton

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    I think that the answer in all those cases is 'no'. These all seem like strange attempts at squeezing the word(s) into ill-fitting contexts.
    Furthermore, I see no reason why there should exist a single word that would be apt in all those cases.
    Please remember that we only allow for one topic per thread. (rule#2)
     

    Beryl from Northallerton

    Senior Member
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    I can see three questions there. I have quoted rule#2, which states 'one topic per thread'. I see no way of reconciling the first with the last, I'm afraid.
     
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