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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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ADO (planning and development) in Malakand Zakir Hussain, who attended the training session as a participant, said he was fully sensitised to how to mitigate hazards and disasters in schools and offices.
'Even though flooding is a natural phenomenon caused by heavy and continuous rainfall, which causes riverbanks to overflow, there is a lot that farmers do to mitigate losses especially by adhering to some practices,' he stressed.
"The industry ought to explore new products that will not only mitigate risks for corporations but also mitigate risks for communities vulnerable to natural calamities," he added.
"Businesses are now looking at every way of increasing volumes to mitigate costs," Mr Esom said.
But SNP MSP George Adam said the focus should not be to mitigate but on getting the policy right.
Differences between multiple measures of accelerator pedal travel are compared and arbitrated to mitigate the severity of failures modes caused by accelerator pedal sensor failures.
To determine if Al[(OH).sub.3] can mitigate ASR, length change measurements per ASTM C1293 were conducted on concrete prisms.
The concerned agencies will look into the proposal to regulate pyrotechnics to mitigate the possible loss of jobs and at the same time enable traditional celebration of festivities,' Communications Office Secretary Martin Andanar told reporters in a text message.
As part of this platform, which also includes Xcellerate Forecasting & Site Selection, Xcellerate Trial Management and Xcellerate Insights, Xcellerate Monitoring helps clients proactively identify and mitigate clinical trial risks in near real time for a single study or across an entire portfolio of trials.
Traditional attempts to mitigate deterioration in concrete structures caused by alkali-silica reaction (ASR) focused on preventing or reducing the amount of gel formed by modifying the chemical environment.
Prospects for economic and social development of Sughd region (northern region) of Tajikistan and implementation of anti-crisis measures to mitigate the negative impact of external factors on the economy of the country were discussed at the workshop, which was held on Monday by President Emomali Rahmon in the framework of his working visit to the region.
The automaker has added a new viewing mode to Toyota's Panoramic View Monitor, which helps drivers check their surroundings before setting off, with the intention of helping to prevent or mitigate collisions.
There is seemingly much confusion about whether, under New York law, a residential landlord has a duty to mitigate its damages resulting from a tenant's breach of the lease.
The pipe support features a pre-cured three-layer composite sleeve which provides 360 degree protection; a high compressive strength filler material to eliminate voids and mitigate further corrosion growth; and a proprietary adhesive with high lap shear values to bond the sleeve to the pipe and to each individual layer of the composite.
Various techniques including chemical etch, plasma etch, microflame torch, and C[O.sub.2] laser treatment have been developed to mitigate the growth of the surface damage, and the most successful method at this time is the C[O.sub.2] laser treatment to locally melt or evaporate the damage [5].