▲come to terms with (someone or something)
- come to accept something or someone.
e.g. I’ve tried, but I just can’t come to terms with Jimmy. He’s overly self-centered.
- dealwith a problematic person, thing, or situation.
- To reachmutualagreement; become reconciled to
♦ to bear/keep sth in mind
♦something comes to mind/something springs to mind
♦ lose your mind
♦ to make up your mind to do something
shame, contempt, degradation, derision, discredit, disgrace, dishonour, disrepute, infamy, scandal, embarrassment, humiliation,mortification, disgrace
片語skeleton in the cupboard,
動詞：embarrass, humble, humiliate, mortify, reproach, ridicule