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moderatemod‧e‧rate2 /ˈmɒdəreɪt $ ˈmɑː-/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 formalREDUCE to make something less extreme or violent, or to become less extreme or violent The students moderated their demands. He learnt to moderate his anger.2 British EnglishSE to do the work of a moderator→ See Verb table
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moderateWe had to ask Joan to moderate her language in front of the kids.She apologized at once, and moderated her voice.Bloom has since moderated his position on low-income housing.NBC's Tom Brokaw will moderate the debate.The threat of unemployment also moderated the wage demands of those who still held jobs.Despite Dycarbas's efforts to persuade Eustathius and command Emilia, they can not moderate their behaviour.Take to heart what you know about moderating your Type A behavior.