Definition of mitigable in English:


Pronunciation /-ɡibəl/


See mitigate

‘Routine infrastructure projects such as highway construction are said to have predictable and mitigable environmental effects.’
  • ‘This is mitigable via proper sequencing of restoration projects and the Control Program.’
  • ‘All impacts were found to be mitigable to levels of insignificance.’
  • ‘The project would also have a significant and mitigable impact to the black-crowned night heron rookery because of the removal of ornamental trees on the surrounding properties.’
  • ‘However a coalition of peace and environmental groups is not convinced that potential impacts from the incinerator are mitigable.’