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Synonyms for mitigate

to make less severe or more bearable

Synonyms for mitigate

lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of

make less severe or harsh

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This was a good deal for the school district that fully mitigates the affects of the development,'' said Gary Mortimer, assistant superintendent of business services for the Conejo district.
FSA mitigates this risk with reinsurance treaties that permit it to increase ceding commissions or take back exposure in the event of a reinsurer downgrade and by having collateral arrangements with some of its reinsurers.
While I understand that this gesture in no way excuses or mitigates my conduct,'' the Baltimore Orioles star supposedly said, ``I hope that it demonstrates my honest concern and complete remorse.
The public listing of individual emerging technology development lifecycles not only mitigates overall risk for the parent company, but it also improves the return potential for the shareholders of the parent company.
The Company's patent-pending BlastWrap(R) technology effectively mitigates blast effects and suppresses post-blast fires.
This mitigates the losses the insurance industry is likely to suffer in a major hurricane, and mitigates the possible reduction in the insurable base resulting from a large hurricane.
It guarantees that a phishing site is completely removed from the Internet and mitigates the risk entirely for customers who have purchased the Cyveillance Anti-phishing module.
The solution gives network-wide visibility and thus mitigates the threat of insider abuse and also provides an added layer of protection against worms and other malware.
As a result, a structured, step-by-step user-defined experience is established that mitigates the risk involved with purchasing enterprise-level applications.
The new DLMS mitigates liabilities via an early warning system that prevents unnecessary fines and claims and significantly reduces overhead costs.