[fens-men-ding] /ˈfɛnsˌmɛn dɪŋ/ Informal.

the practice of reestablishing or strengthening personal, business, or political contacts and relationships by conciliation or negotiation, as after a dispute, disagreement, or period of inactivity.
of, relating to, or promoting fence-mending.


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