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facilitate

verb as in assist the progress of

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While Zoom is a fine tool for live conversations in small groups, it has few tools to facilitate the kind of engagement necessary for real learning.

Third, regulatory agencies should provide guidance for excipient reporting, facilitating greater transparency about excipient use and supply source.

It’s possible that nose rinses might “stir up the virus and facilitate its spread,” Lane cautions.

In the west, we’ve partnered with technology companies like MikMak that have facilitated social commerce around our core platforms.

From Digiday

“Even when the world gets the pandemic under control, business travel won’t come back the same way,” he states, adding that people will simply have fewer reasons to get on a plane when remote work has facilitated so much collaboration from afar.

From Fortune

Spiritual gurus who use their power to facilitate sexual encounters with their students are something of a cliché.

Not all hospices will agree to facilitate self-dehydration, so Schwarz refers patients to those that will.

The State Department reportedly said it helped facilitate the transfer.

Sicilian seaports that will facilitate the shipment have already stepped up security measures, especially on incoming vessels.

The research will be used to make advances in robotic technology and facilitate smoother interactions between humans and robots.

They both rose and each carrying his hat in his hand, the better to facilitate "thinking," went silently onward again.

But the gateways have been standing for ages and it would be sacrilege to think of tearing them down to facilitate traffic.

By what right will a machine despise another machine, whose springs would facilitate its own play?

The putative father may be asked to make his payments in such a way as to facilitate the recovery of the loan from the mother.

Every cottager maintained his own light or combination of lights to facilitate identification by approaching visitors.

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On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to facilitate, such as: aid, ease, expedite, further, help, and promote.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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