mitigate (Verb) - /mit·i·gate/ - /ˈmitəˌgāt/

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English to Malay Dictionary Meaning of 'mitigate'


mitigate = mengurangkan

English to English meaning of 'mitigate'


1. make less severe or harsh; "mitigating circumstances"
2. lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of; "The circumstances extenuate the crime"

Synonyms of 'mitigate'


allay, alleviate, assuage, ease, help, mollify, palliate, relieve, soothe

Antonyms of 'mitigate'


aggravate, exacerbate

Examples of 'mitigate'


1. But Dantos said the age of the robbers did not mitigate the seriousness of their crimes. Read Article
2. Emergency funds are being provided to help mitigate the effects of the disaster.
3. Newcastle MPs try to find way to mitigate art cuts. Read Article
4. As bus strike finishes first week, city working to mitigate impact. Read Article
5. medicines used to mitigate a patient's suffering
6. Apple, Oracle move quickly to mitigate Java security flaw. Read Article
7. At the far end of the room is a sliding glass door, taped with an X to mitigate shattering. The framing is flimsy, and rattles from mortar rounds even a half mile away. William Langewiesche, Atlantic, May 2005
8. Town of North Hempstead begins basin in Mineola to mitigate flood issues. Read Article

Nearby Words of 'mitigate'

mistrial - mistrust - misty - misunderstand - misuse - mite - miter - mitigate - mitigation - mitosis - mitre - mitt - mitten - mix - mixed - mixer

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