a process to end a quarrel between two groups of people, when a country that has fought for peace, asks for a stop to the fighting so as not to be completely defeated, to insinuate itself again with someone after a disagreement to try to end a disagreement between two people or groups. or the treaty that sets such a judgment can also be described as a ceasefire. In the context of military conflicts, a ceasefire is often temporary and for a fixed period of time. To help two people, groups or countries that were not ready to have a friendlier relationship Example: I realized that the bad blood between Taylor and me was really petty, so we decided to proclaim a ceasefire. Ending an argument with someone and stopping being angry with them and no longer trying to win a war, contest or argument, because one realizes that one cannot gain by ending a disagreement or dispute with someone by beating him ceasefire is often used in the context of war and other military conflicts. But it is also often used in a much more casual way to refer to an agreement to end a small dispute. something you give or authorize to someone to get an agreement, the activity of improving relationships between people or groups from Middle English, the plural of trewe-concorde, from the old trēow fidelity; similar to altenglisch trēowe faithful – more in true entry 1 armistice can also be used occasionally to refer to an agreement between two or more people, to stop arguing or engage in a less serious form of conflict, such as a pillow fight (not that pillow battles cannot become intense enough). Something someone does to show that they want to stop arguing. Olive branch is often used as a sign of peace A ceasefire is when a party in a conflict decides to stop fighting. Ceasing to compete or quarrel and accept that one cannot win the ceasefire is also used outside the context of wars and the military to refer to an informal agreement between two people to abort a dispute or quarrel, especially an agreement that has existed for a long time.
Such a ceasefire is often proposed in the form of a question, simply by saying, «Ceasefire?» If the other agrees, she can say «ceasefire.» Ceasefire is often used as a general term to refer to any suspension of conflict, especially between belligerent armies. . . .