palliation

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The alleviation of a disease's symptoms without a cure; temporary relief
{n} an extenuation, an imperfect cure
The act of palliating, or state of being palliated; extenuation; excuse; as, the palliation of faults, offenses, vices
to act in such a way as to cause an offense to seem less serious
The alleviation of a diseases symptoms without a cure; temporary relief
Mitigation; alleviation, as of a disease
That which cloaks or covers; disguise; also, the state of being covered or disguised
easing the severity of a pain or a disease without removing the cause
{i} alleviation, relief, assuagement; calming, soothing; extenuation, act of making a crime less severe
palliate
To hide or disguise
palliate
To placate or mollify

Brown's options for the machinery of Whitehall are constrained, as for all prime ministers, by the need to palliate allies and hug enemies close (John Reid, say).

palliate
Cloaked; hidden, concealed
palliate
To lessen the severity of; to extenuate, moderate, qualify
palliate
To cover or disguise the seriousness of (a mistake, offence etc.) by excuses and apologies
palliate
to cause to appear less guilty
palliate
{v} to cloak, cover, extenuate, excuse
palliate
To cover with excuses; to conceal the enormity of, by excuses and apologies; to extenuate; as, to palliate faults
palliate
{f} alleviate, ease, relieve; allay, lessen; mitigate, moderate, make less severe
palliate
provide physical relief, as from pain; "This pill will relieve your headaches"
palliate
To cover by excuses and apologies
palliate
To cover with a mantle or cloak; to cover up; to hide
palliate
To relieve the symptoms of; to ameliorate
palliate
Eased; mitigated; alleviated
palliate
(3 syl ) means simply to cloak (Latin, pallium, a cloak ) “That we should not dissemble nor cloke them [our sins] but confess them with a humble, lowly, and obedient heart ”- Common Prauer Book
palliate
lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of; "The circumstances extenuate the crime"
palliate
to reduce the effects of illness, pain etc without curing them (past participle of palliare , from pallium; PALL)
palliate
To cause to seem less serious
palliate
Alleviate without curing; excuse, extenuate
palliate
To reduce in violence; to lessen or abate; to mitigate; to ease withhout curing; as, to palliate a disease
palliate
To lessen the severity of; to extenuate
palliate
Covered with a mant&?;e; cloaked; disguised
palliate
to try to conceal the seriousness of an offense by excuses and apologies; to moderate the intensity of; to reduce the seriousness of; to relieve or lessen without curing
palliation

    الواصلة

    pal·li·a·tion

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'pa-lE-"At ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Old (and modern) French, from late Latin palliare ‘cover’, from pallium.

    كلمة اليوم

    lissotrichous
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