bring into accord

See: attune
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According to Webster's, the root of the word is French, from the word ajoster, to join, which was converted to Middle English as ajusten, which took on the definition, "to change so as to fit or conform, to make accurate by regulating, to settle or arrange rightly, to resolve or bring into accord, to correct (as in a gun sight)," or "to decide how much to pay in settling (an insurance claim).