settle with


Also found in: Idioms.

settle with

vb (preposition)
1. (Banking & Finance) (intr) to pay a debt or bill to
2. (intr) to make an agreement with
3. to get one's revenge for (a wrong or injury) with (a person)
Translations

w>settle with

vi +prep obj (lit, fig)abrechnen mit
vt sep +prep obj
debt etcabrechnen mit; to settle one’s account with somebody (lit, fig)mit jdm abrechnen
(= come to agreement with) to settle something with somebodysich mit jdm auf etw (acc)einigen
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Last week, Toronto Dominion Bank became the latest financial institution to settle with customers who accused it of charging them excessive overdraft fees.
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The Company intends to do its best to settle with all creditors that have verifiable debt, and to fight for the benefit of its shareholders and investors.