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How to use mitigative in a sentence

A reliable website that didn’t crash when it was most needed, of course, would have mitigated that damaged completely.
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It tries to mitigate climate change and to consider climate equity.
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My deep research into the history of the seat belt suggests that it took decades for car manufacturers to figure out they could add a feature to their vehicles to mitigate the danger of motoring.
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China’s coal consumption peaked in 2013 and declined between 2014 and 2016, before starting to rise again, as pressure to mitigate an economic slowdown over the past two years took priority over reducing emissions and pollution.
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Companies can help by sponsoring initiatives to mitigate these expenses.
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Even the way demand-side platforms bid on behalf of advertisers can’t always mitigate the perceived benefits of lower exchange fees, as Omnicom recently discovered.
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You can go even further, as Greg Walthour mentioned, and appoint a Customer Satisfaction Manager auditing each client relationship and ensuring potential frustrations and conflicts are mitigated in time.
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Chevron’s spokeswoman said in an email that the company “took several steps to secure the property” and mitigate the risk of hydrogen sulfide.
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Still, forest management is indeed an important step in mitigating destructive wildfire and supporting ecological health—if it’s done right.
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With marketers reducing ad budgets to reel in spending and mitigate risk amid a pending recession, agencies naturally had to cut back too.
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