Mitigated (mit·i·gate) ˈmɪt ɪˌgeɪt common

Malay Meaning or Translation of - 'mitigated'

mitigated - dikurangkan


Alleviated - dikurangkan
Eased - lega
Lessened - berkurangan
Quenched - dipadamkan
Relieved - lega
Satisfied - berpuas hati
Slaked - dipuaskan


Unmitigated - sejati

English to English Meaning - 'mitigated'

mitigated [Adjective]
  • made less severe or intense; "he gladly accepted the mitigated penalty"

    alleviated, eased, relieved, lessened, quenched, satisfied, slaked



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