Definition of mitigator in English:

mitigator

noun

  • See mitigate

    • ‘The groom is a loss mitigator at a mortgage company.’
    • ‘‘We're holding bonds as a mitigator of risk,’ he says.’
    • ‘Standing is a partial mitigator and forsaking tasks altogether is another.’
    • ‘If the key risk mitigators turn skittish, the gig is up.’
    • ‘If I can stick it out it will be a good mitigator of my perfectionism too.’
    • ‘This is an important mitigator against the ugly fact that proxies are inherently more complicated than other kinds of firewalls.’

Pronunciation

mitigator

/-ˌɡātər/