Definition of 'mitigate'
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Or did he know that all these things were in store, and only hope to do his best to mitigate their effects when they arrived? DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2002)Two of the Heroes could not quite mitigate their practiced heroism to meet the current threat. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002)She raised her'kerchief to her nose to mitigate the stench. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)
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British English: mitigate VERB
To mitigate something means to make it less unpleasant, serious, or painful.
...ways of mitigating the effects of an explosion.
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