bury the hatchet

bury the hatchet
Meaning: make peace; end a quarrel, settle one’s differences to become friends again.
Example 1: The two neighboring countries India and Pakistan have often been advised by the world bodies to bury the hatchet for their own progress.
Example 2: By the fear of Police the gang of college requested to bury the hatchet to the guy who was beaten so badly just for not obeying gang’s order.

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AuthorMadison Naruto writes on 8th June 2018

After Sierra and Gopal stop talked to each other, they decided to bury the hatchet and become friends again.

AuthorSam writes on 23rd May 2018

Bury the hatchet with your mad friends!👍🏼

AuthorJulie writes on 2nd March 2018

Hey sorry! I was mad, lets bury the hatchet.

AuthorNehal writes on 2nd February 2018

After being scolded by principal, shri and aashi decided to bury the hatchet and Become freinds.

AuthorSrinivas Raparla writes on 10th November 2017

Really nice with apt info. Thank you

AuthorLoisy Owusu-Edusei writes on 24th May 2017

My mums’ friends is a woman of letters but highly educated.

AuthorGanesh Kumar writes on 29th March 2017

In spite of giving best performance, my client is not happy with me because of past to bury the hatchet and keeping in mind it seriously.

AuthorMarianne writes on 8th January 2017

After a few months, Janet and Mary decided to bury the hatchet and become friends again.

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