- v.减轻，缓和( mitigate的过去式和过去分词 );
The cost of getting there is mitigated by Sydney's offer of a subsidy.
The living conditions were slightly mitigated.
Clym's grief became mitigated by wearing itself out.
The effects of house temperature will be mitigated by close contact between sows.
Defendant Zhang has surrenders the plot, may legally the mitigated punishment.
Systematic risk can be mitigated only by being hedged.
Soil erosion was mitigated by the planting of trees.
Unacceptable risks are mitigated by design or by other means.
Hearing loss from inner ear damage can be mitigated with hearing aids.
He gladly accepted the mitigated penalty.
Her words mitigated my suffering.
The financial risks that have been accumulated for many years are being mitigated.
Many of the channel impairments described above can be mitigated on - chip using equalization.
Once occurring fire in the plant , pyrophoric material leaks must be minimized for their consequences mitigated.
Fortunately, many of these problems can be mitigated with a good lint program.
1. made less severe or intense;
"he gladly accepted the mitigated penalty"