Synonyms of remit in English:

remit


See definition of remit

verb

1‘the fines imposed on the Earl of Lancaster were remitted’

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cancel, set aside, revoke, repeal, rescind, abrogate, suspend

2‘they refused to remit customs duties to the federal authorities’

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send, dispatch, forward, transmit, convey

pay, hand over, make payment of

3‘the case was remitted to the Court of Appeal’

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pass, pass on, refer, send on, transfer, hand on, direct, assign, commit, entrust

4‘we remitted all further discussion until he sent me a copy of his letter’

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postpone, defer, put off, put back, shelve, delay, hold off, hold over, stand over, suspend, prorogue, reschedule, keep in abeyance

North American put over, lay on the table, table

North American continue

informal put on the back burner, put on ice, put in cold storage

rare respite

5‘remitting their sins’

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pardon, forgive

excuse, overlook, pass over

6‘the fever remitted’

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diminish, lessen, decrease, ease, ease up, abate, moderate, dwindle, wane, ebb, subside

7‘she remitted her efforts’

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slacken, relax, reduce, decrease, diminish, lessen

cease, stop, halt, desist from


noun

1‘his remit includes administering the consumer credit licensing system’

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area of responsibility, area of activity, sphere, orbit, scope, ambit, province, territory, realm, department, turf

brief, instructions, orders

informal bailiwick