Synonyms of moderate in English:

moderate


See definition of moderate

adjective

1‘the club enjoyed moderate success’

SYNONYMS
average, modest, medium, middling, ordinary, common, commonplace, everyday, workaday
tolerable, passable, adequate, fair, decent
mediocre, indifferent, uninspired, undistinguished, unexceptional, unexciting, unremarkable, run-of-the-mill, lacklustre, forgettable, inferior, second-rate
informal OK, so-so, bog-standard, fair-to-middling, vanilla, plain vanilla, nothing to write home about, no great shakes, not so hot, not up to much
New Zealand informal half-pie
ANTONYMS

great, massive

2‘moderate demands’

SYNONYMS
reasonable, within reason, acceptable, non-excessive, within due limits
inexpensive, low, cheap, bargain-basement, fair, modest
abstemious, temperate, restrained
ANTONYMS

outrageous, unreasonable

3‘a man of moderate views’

SYNONYMS
dispassionate, non-extreme, middle-of-the-road, non-radical, non-reactionary, open to reason, equitable, impartial
ANTONYMS

extreme

4‘moderate behaviour’

SYNONYMS
restrained, controlled, temperate, sober, steady, regular, not given to excesses
easy, even, mild, tolerant, lenient
ANTONYMS

unreasonable, immoderate


verb

1‘the wind has moderated’

SYNONYMS
die down, abate, let up, calm down, lessen, grow less, decrease, diminish, slacken
ebb, recede, dwindle, weaken, subside
ANTONYMS

get up, increase

2‘you can do something to moderate the anger’

SYNONYMS
curb, control, check, keep in check, keep under control, hold in, temper, regulate, restrain, restrict, subdue
still, damp, repress, tame, break, lessen, deaden, decrease, lower, reduce, diminish, remit, mitigate, alleviate, allay, appease, assuage, ease, palliate, soothe, soften, calm, modulate, pacify, mellow, mince, tone down
ANTONYMS

exacerbate, aggravate

3‘the Speaker moderates the assembly’

SYNONYMS
chair, take the chair of, preside over
arbitrate, mediate, referee, judge