Definition of 'moderate'
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Stephen had regained consciousness and, as Dr Sinclair had predicted, was suffering from no more than a moderate headache. SAN ANDREAS (1982)His tone was moderate, his nodding head not too condescending, his words full of under standing for the anxieties of the people of Berlin. WALL GAMES (1982)He'd put up his rates, thirty bucks an hour, and that was still moderate. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1982)
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Translations for 'moderate'
British English: moderate /ˈmɒdərɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Moderate political opinions or policies are not extreme.
He was an easygoing man of very moderate views.
- American English: moderate
- Arabic: مُعْتَدِلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: moderado
- Chinese: 适度的
- Croatian: umjeren
- Czech: střídmý
- Danish: moderat
- Dutch: gematigd
- European Spanish: moderado
- Finnish: maltillinen
- French: modéré
- German: mäßig
- Greek: μετριοπαθής
- Italian: moderato
- Japanese: 適度の
- Korean: 온건한
- Norwegian: moderat
- Polish: umiarkowany
- European Portuguese: moderado
- Romanian: moderat
- Russian: умеренный
- Spanish: moderado
- Swedish: blygsam
- Thai: มีความคิดไม่รุนแรง
- Turkish: ılımlı
- Ukrainian: помірний
- Vietnamese: vừa phải
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