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How to pronounce placate in English Definition and
How to pronounce placate. Listened to: 8.5K times. placate pronunciation in English [en] Br:plket; ''plaket; US: ''pleket. Accent: British Other. British. placate pronunciation Pronunciation by TopQuark (Male from United Kingdom) 4 votes Good Bad.
How to pronounce PLACATE in English
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placate pronunciation How to properly say placate. Listen to the audio pronunciation in several English accents.
PLACATE, Pronunciation in English
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placate pronunciation of placate by Macmillan Dictionary
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Placate, Pronunciation of Placate in Australian English
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Placate, Definition of Placate by MerriamWebster
pacify, appease, placate, mollify, propitiate, conciliate mean to ease the anger or disturbance of. pacify suggests a soothing or calming. pacified by a sincere apology appease implies quieting insistent demands by making concessions. appease their territorial ambitions placate suggests changing resentment or bitterness to goodwill. a move to placate local opposition mollify implies soothing hurt
placate verb Definition, pictures, pronunciation and
placate somebody to make somebody feel less angry about something synonym pacify. She saw the anger in his eyes and stepped forward with a placating smile. The concessions did little to placate