mitigate

Definition

To reduce the impact of something.

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I was the person who would mitigate the action, because it got out of control sometimes and needed to be taken down.

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If you wish to mitigate a high, annual payment, you should try deducting a monthly amount from your account register.

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The introduction of Lotus 1-2-3 in the 1983 mitigated the drudgery of crafting spreadsheets for accountants because they could then automate complicated calculations with no risk of error.

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