سكن الالم, لطف, خفف, سكن, هدأ
Verb(1) lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of(2) provide physical relief, as from pain
(1) Far from being arbitrary, it seems to me that the Secretary of State has done all that he could be expected to do to palliate the deprivation of liberty of the many applicants for asylum here.(2) These women were able to palliate ethnic and class differences by integrating recent European immigrants and native-born women into a single community with a coherent spirituality.(3) The need to deny, palliate , or make up for the thinness of New World culture and to mount counter-claims of glory for New World scenery long shaped how America was viewed and portrayed.(4) De Guingand's role as a foil to Montgomery was a vital one and his diplomacy and tact helped palliate Montgomery's abrasiveness.(5) He was never one to palliate or eulogise, he was never a regulation aesthete.(6) It is not material to consider whether any steps or any further steps could have been taken to avoid or palliate the risk that the blood would be infected.(7) There are those tales too of a somewhat grimmer nature concerning the use of humour to palliate the horrors of war.(8) pharmaceutical drugs palliate, they do not cure(9) Selecting a period of bad weather to palliate allied air superiority, the Germans attacked on 16 December 1944.(10) With every growing line, I felt my confidence growing├ö├ç┬¬ It seemed that I could palliate my secret, almost erase the penury I had once lived in.(11) Where recurrent disease is responsible for blockage of lymphatic collaterals, chemotherapy may be tried to palliate the symptomatology.(12) Lung transplantation has become an acceptable therapy to palliate patients with a variety of end-stage lung diseases.(13) Daudet consumed huge amounts of morphine, chloral and bromide in an attempt to palliate his excruciating pains.(14) People the world over, who are interested in non-violence, should unite to establish a non-violent defence to palliate the misery of people in different parts of the country, says Dr. Alberto.(15) The Democrats will by and large continue to cater to those interests and palliate the rest of us with rhetoric.(16) there is no way to excuse or palliate his dirty deed
1. alleviate ::
2. disguise ::
3. mitigate ::
4. relieve ::
1. aggravate ::
تزيد من حدة
2. exacerbate ::
Different Formspalliate, palliated, palliates, palliating
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