to consider the apology of an offender and to think that what was done will not be repeated in the absence of the said apology
apologise, tolerate, forgive, forgive.
to see or to find out the excused person or fact, in the outward or real form.
[he said: "oh dear, now i would like to come running to your palace but i'm busy, excuse me; get away from me, don't bother me!"] feridüddin attar - logicu't-tayr
a phrase that can be defined as the situation where the person who is at fault about an event or phenomenon is not blamed, and the person who has a disability is taken away, so to speak.