mitigation

英 [mɪtɪ'geɪʃ(ə)n] 美 [,mɪtɪ'ɡeʃən]
  • n. 减轻;缓和;平静
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mitigation 减轻

来自mitigate,减轻。

mitigation (n.)
mid-14c., from Latin mitigationem (nominative mitigatio), noun of action from past participle stem of mitigare (see mitigate).
1. In mitigation, it should be pointed out that there wasn't much incentive to make world-beating wine.
作为开脱的理由也罢,应该指出酿造举世无双的葡萄酒并没有什么实际的好处。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Kieran Coonan QC told the judge in mitigation that the offences had been at the lower end of the scale.
御用大律师基兰·库南对法官说这些罪行情节较轻,希望能够从宽判决。

来自柯林斯例句

3. All that makes up a plea in mitigation.
所有这些都是审判会上的辩护词.

来自辞典例句

4. Defense counsel made a speech in mitigation.
为获判刑被告律师做了发言.

来自口语例句

5. But the project goes beyond disaster prevention and mitigation.
但该项目超出了预防和减轻灾害.

来自互联网

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