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Definition of Mitigate

Mitigate

  1. To make less severe, intense, harsh, rigorous, painful, etc.; to soften; to meliorate; to alleviate; to diminish; to lessen; as, to mitigate heat or cold; to mitigate grief.
  2. To make mild and accessible; to mollify; -- applied to persons.

Mitigate Quotations

Wishful thinking won't make the Palestinians an Israeli peace partner, no matter how much President Barack Obama pressures Israel to make concessions; caustically mocking Putin's worldview won't make it any less real or mitigate the Russian threat.
Ben Shapiro

Ascetics and fakirs come to mitigate human suffering; to heal us and lead us on the path. They put up with criticism; they go through many worldly trials. Some of them have even become martyrs for our sake. But they have done all this with a smile and with gratitude to God. Hence sacrifice is a great virtue.
Sadhu Vaswani

When we protect children from every possible source of danger, we also prevent them from having the kinds of experiences that develop their sense of self-reliance, their ability to assess and mitigate risk, and their sense of accomplishment.
Gever Tulley

I seek as much as I can to mitigate risk.
John R. Allen

You can never protect yourself 100%. What you do is protect yourself as much as possible and mitigate risk to an acceptable degree. You can never remove all risk.
Kevin Mitnick
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Mitigate Translations

mitigate in German is lindern, mildern
mitigate in Latin is tempero
mitigate in Spanish is mitigar
mitigate in Swedish is mildra