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    Is ( term with ) a phrasal verb?

    Hi all,

    I've read an article and I've got confused with this verb ( term with ).

    These are the contexts :
    • The past few years have been difficult to come to terms with.
    • It took a while, but I have finally come to terms with the fact that I’m a full-fledged “grown-up.”
    My question : Is ( term with ) a phrasal verb?

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    Re: Is ( term with ) a phrasal verb?

    The full phrasal verb is "to come to terms" which means to achieve an agreement.

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