mitigating

listen to the pronunciation of mitigating
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} yatıştır
{i} yatıştırma
yatıştırarak
mitigating causes
cezayı hafifletici nedenler
mitigating circumstances
Hafifletici sebepler
mitigate
azaltmak

Ormansızlaşmanın azaltılması, iklim değişikliğinin etkilerini azaltmak için tek yoldur. - Reducing deforestation is one way to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

mitigate
yatıştırmak
mitigate
hafifletmek
mitigate
azaltma

Ormansızlaşmanın azaltılması, iklim değişikliğinin etkilerini azaltmak için tek yoldur. - Reducing deforestation is one way to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

mitigate
yatıştır
Englisch - Englisch
that serves to mitigate
Present participle of mitigate
{s} softening in force or severity; lessening the impact or intensity of; appeasing, making easier, sweetening; being assuaged, becoming less severe (about punishments, circumstances, emotions, etc.)
Mitigating circumstances or factors make a bad action, especially a crime, easier to understand and excuse, and may result in the person responsible being punished less severely. The judge found that in her case there were mitigating circumstances There are various mitigating factors. mitigating circumstances/factors facts about a situation that make a crime or bad mistake seem less serious
mitigating circumstance
(law) a circumstance that does not exonerate a person but which reduces the penalty associated with the offense
mitigating circumstances
surrounding events which make a situation less severe
mitigate
to make milder or more endurable
mitigate
make less severe or harsh; "mitigating circumstances"
mitigate
{v} to alleviation, diminution
mitigate
To make mild and accessible; to mollify; - - applied to persons
mitigate
To reduce, lessen, or decrease
mitigate
lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of; "The circumstances extenuate the crime"
mitigate
Action taken by one party in an attempt to reduce damages caused by another
mitigate
{f} soften in force or severity; lessen the impact or intensity of; appease, make easier, sweeten; be assuaged, become less severe (about punishments, circumstances, emotions, etc.)
mitigate
To lessen the severity
mitigate
To mitigate something means to make it less unpleasant, serious, or painful. ways of mitigating the effects of an explosion = alleviate. to make a situation or the effects of something less unpleasant, harmful, or serious = alleviate (past participle of mitigare , from mitis )
mitigate
To create, restore, or enhance a natural system, such as an estuary or wetland, to maintain the functional characteristics and processes of that system
mitigate
To mitigate is to make less severe or intense; to modulate
mitigate
to allevieate intensive geological processes that have on impact on land surface and on society itself
mitigate
To make less severe, intense, harsh, rigorous, painful, etc
mitigate
To make less severe i e steps to eliminate further damage after a loss occurs
mitigate
make less severe or harsh; "mitigating circumstances
mitigate
The action of reducing or minimizing the severity of the impact or likelihood of a risk or an event Risk mitigation usually consists of management strategies such as: insurance, transfer to a more acceptable risk, etc
mitigate
To make less severe
mitigate
To cause to become less harsh, hostile or in the security field, to lessen the impact of a potential loss event through various security devices, programs and devices
mitigate
to soften; to meliorate; to alleviate; to diminish; to lessen; as, to mitigate heat or cold; to mitigate grief
mitigating

    Türkische aussprache

    mîtıgeytîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈmətəˌgātəɴɢ/ /ˈmɪtəˌɡeɪtɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mi-t&-"gAt ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin mitigatus, past participle of mitigare to soften, from mitis soft + -igare ; akin to Old Irish moíth soft; more at AGENT.

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