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Noun(1) a person who takes a position in the political center
Verb(1) preside over(2) make less fast or intense(3) lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits(4) make less severe or harsh(5) make less strong or intense; soften(6) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else
Adjective(1) being within reasonable or average limits; not excessive or extreme(2) not extreme(3) marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes
(1) Certainly, counterions might moderate the electrostatic interactions.(2) But, you know, it is healthy to get moderate amounts of sunlight.(3) Time how many jumps you can perform at a moderate pace in 30 seconds.(4) A moderate climate produces an average winter temperature of 50 degrees, while the summer average is 82.4 degrees.(5) What factors explain these moderate policies toward ethnic minorities?(6) In one 12-hour period, assassination attempts were mounted on as many as five politicians from a moderate party.(7) Though the calorific value of fructose was the same as that of sucrose or glucose, it was preferable to consume it only in moderate amounts.(8) Once upon a time, this was a very moderate party.(9) We do not have the time or resources to constantly monitor or moderate the comments sections, and so may be unaware of illegal or potentially libellous material posted there.(10) The aim was always to hollow out the more moderate party and supplant it.(11) However the follow up messages show that the audio specialist has failed to properly moderate the contents of messages going onto the list, unthinkingly forwarding everything it receives.(12) Any extremist attempts at violence would overwhelmingly consolidate support for a moderate policy.(13) They had to put forward a moderate policy platform that nevertheless differed them from the Liberals.(14) On a moderate level of intensity, such feelings would amount to what is usually categorized as cheerfulness.(15) The marginal zone cells were medium-sized and contained a moderate amount of cytoplasm.(16) His moderate policies, his personal charm, and his touch at expressing popular opinion were all heightened by the weakness of the leadership of his Conservative rivals.
(1) moderate amount :: swm cymedrol
1. average ::
2. reasonable ::
3. middle-of-the-road ::
4. restrained ::
5. temperate ::
6. die down ::
yn marw i lawr
7. curb ::
8. chair ::
9. temper ::
10. contain ::
11. tone down ::
tôn i lawr
12. mince ::
13. centrist ::
1. immoderate ::
2. intemperate ::
Different Formsmoderate, moderated, moderately, moderateness, moderates, moderating
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