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1. Mitigate definition is - to cause to become less harsh or hostile : mollify

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2. How to use Mitigate in a sentence


3. Mitigate or militate? Mitigate vs

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4. Militate Synonym Discussion of Mitigate.

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5. Mitigate definition, to lessen in force or intensity, as wrath, grief, harshness, or pain; moderate

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6. Mitigate synonyms, Mitigate pronunciation, Mitigate translation, English dictionary definition of Mitigate


7. 9 synonyms of Mitigate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 24 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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8. Mitigate: to make more bearable or less severe.

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9. Find 47 ways to say Mitigate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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10. Usage Note: Mitigate, meaning "to make less severe, alleviate" is sometimes used where militate, which means "to cause a change," might be expected

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11. The confusion arises when the subject of Mitigate is an impersonal factor or influence, and the verb is followed by the preposition against, so the meaning of the phrase is something like "to be a powerful factor against" or "to hinder or prevent

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12. Choose the verb Mitigate when something lessens the unpleasantness of a situation


13. You can Mitigate your parents' anger by telling them you were late to dinner …


14. Mitigate was built on monitoring, identifying and remediating the inherent risk associated with Networking and sharing information with customers and business partners

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15. View the latest virus alerts and vulnerabilities and get tips on how to Mitigate their risks


16. The duty to Mitigate damages is most traditionally employed in the areas of tort and contract law

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17. In a breach of contract case, upon receiving notice that one party to a contract does not intend to perform, the other party is required to Mitigate damages, meaning that it must take reasonable efforts to avoid further losses from the breach.

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19. Mitigate definition: To Mitigate something means to make it less unpleasant , serious , or painful

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20. To "Mitigate" means to make less harsh or hostile

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21. ‘Proper planning can significantly Mitigate the deemed interest benefit income or debt income inclusion.’ ‘In fact, there is alarming evidence that a significant number of people actually believe that where drinking is a factor in rape, it Mitigates the offence itself.’ ‘To say that statistics Mitigate

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22. Inflections of 'Mitigate' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Mitigates v 3rd person singular mitigating v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Mitigated v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Mitigated v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively

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23. Mitigate Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities CISA: On March 3, CISA issued an Activity Alert

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24. Mitigate definition: To Mitigate something means to make it less unpleasant , serious , or painful

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25. The verbs Mitigate and militate do not have the same meaning, although the similarity of the forms leads many people to confuse them

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26. Mitigate means ‘make (something bad) less severe’, as in drainage schemes have helped to Mitigate this problem, while militate is nearly always used in constructions with against to mean ‘be a powerful factor in preventing’, as in these disagreements

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27. Synonyms for Mitigate in Free Thesaurus


28. 40 synonyms for Mitigate: ease, moderate, soften, check, quiet, calm, weaken, dull, diminish, temper

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29. Definition of Mitigate written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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30. Find 47 ways to say Mitigate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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31. Translation for 'Mitigate' in the free English-Arabic dictionary and many other Arabic translations.

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32. Mitigate sources or Mitigate impacts? Source mitigation is possible in regions where wind erosion is exacerbated by human activities that disturb the soil, including cropping, livestock grazing

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33. See 3 authoritative translations of Mitigate in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.


34. Audits that can detect and Mitigate this unwanted bias are an essential part of building and maintaining reliable machine learning systems

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35. California theme park association hoping to 'Mitigate' screaming when amusements, thrill rides reopen Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Universal Studios Hollywood are …

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36. In this paper, the nonevaporative approach is explored to Mitigate the damaged sites as large as 250 [micro]m, and the investigation of the C[O.sub.2] laser-based annealing technique is conducted to suppress the residual stress left on the surface of fused silica optics for the mitigation of larger damaged sites by the nonevaporative approach.

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37. A duty to Mitigate can apply to the victim of a tort or a breach of contract.


38. Neglecting a duty to Mitigate precludes the recovery of damages that could have been avoided through reasonable efforts.


39. Mitigate (v.) early 15c., "relieve (pain); make mild or more tolerable; reduce in amount or degree," from Latin mitigatus, past participle of mitigare "soften, make tender, ripen, mellow, tame," figuratively, "make mild or gentle, pacify, soothe," ultimately from mitis "gentle, soft" + root of agere "to do, perform" (from PIE root *ag-"to drive, draw out or forth, move").

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40. Ascetics and fakirs come to Mitigate human suffering; to heal us and lead us on the path


41. Mitigate Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities More Alerts

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42. Alert (AA21-062A) Mitigate Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

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43. Infiniti’s risk assessment solution helped the ready-to-eat food manufacturer Mitigate various supply chain and market risks and overcome significant industry …

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MITIGATE [ˈmidəˌɡāt]

mitigate (verb) · mitigates (third person present) · mitigated (past tense) · mitigated (past participle) · mitigating (present participle)