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Mitigate vs Slow - What's the difference?

mitigate | slow |


In lang=en terms the difference between mitigate and slow

is that mitigate is to downplay while slow is to become slow; to slacken in speed; to decelerate.

As verbs the difference between mitigate and slow

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while slow is to make (something) run, move, etc less quickly; to reduce the speed of.

As an adjective slow is

taking a long time to move or go a short distance, or to perform an action; not quick in motion; proceeding at a low speed.

As a noun slow is

someone who is slow; a sluggard.

As an adverb slow is

slowly.

Remit vs Mitigate - What's the difference?

remit | mitigate |


As verbs the difference between remit and mitigate

is that remit is while mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease.

Mitigate vs Extirpate - What's the difference?

mitigate | extirpate |


In lang=en terms the difference between mitigate and extirpate

is that mitigate is to downplay while extirpate is to surgically remove.

As verbs the difference between mitigate and extirpate

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while extirpate is (obsolete) to clear an area of roots and stumps.

Mitigate vs Preempt - What's the difference?

mitigate | preempt |


As verbs the difference between mitigate and preempt

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while preempt is (nonstandard).

Mitigate vs Cushion - What's the difference?

mitigate | cushion |


As verbs the difference between mitigate and cushion

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while cushion is to furnish with cushions.

As a noun cushion is

a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc.

Mitigate vs Stop - What's the difference?

mitigate | stop |


As a verb mitigate

is to reduce, lessen, or decrease.

As a noun stop is

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Mitigate vs Remedy - What's the difference?

mitigate | remedy |


In lang=en terms the difference between mitigate and remedy

is that mitigate is to downplay while remedy is to provide or serve as a remedy for.

As verbs the difference between mitigate and remedy

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while remedy is to provide or serve as a remedy for.

As a noun remedy is

something that corrects or counteracts.

Eradicate vs Mitigate - What's the difference?

eradicate | mitigate |


In lang=en terms the difference between eradicate and mitigate

is that eradicate is to completely destroy; to reduce to nothing radically; to put an end to; to extirpate while mitigate is to downplay.

As verbs the difference between eradicate and mitigate

is that eradicate is to pull up by the roots; to uproot while mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease.

Mitigate vs Impair - What's the difference?

mitigate | impair |


In lang=en terms the difference between mitigate and impair

is that mitigate is to downplay while impair is to weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on.

As verbs the difference between mitigate and impair

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while impair is to weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on.

As an adjective impair is

(obsolete) not fit or appropriate.

Concern vs Mitigate - What's the difference?

concern | mitigate |


As verbs the difference between concern and mitigate

is that concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to while mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease.

As a noun concern

is that which affects one's welfare or happiness.

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