Moderate - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else (syn: mollify, season, temper)
Her doctor recommended moderate exercise.
There were moderate levels of chemicals in the lake.
Most of these medicines relieve mild to moderate pain.
The group met with only moderate success.
The hotel offers comfortable rooms at moderate prices.
Both moderate Democrats and moderate Republicans can agree on this new law.
The protesters have been unwilling to moderate their demands.
She moderates at our office meetings.
She moderates our discussions so that we don't argue or talk at the same time.
Moderates from both political parties have agreed on an economic plan.
...to the community's detriment, moderates were often shouted down at town meetings by the local hotheads...
Fortunately the weather moderated.
Even moderate amounts of alcohol can be dangerous.
Moderate exercise, such as walking, is recommended.
Bake the pie for 30 minutes in a moderate oven.
present participle: moderating
past tense: moderated
past participle: moderated
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