obviate

  • 21obviate —    does not mean to reduce or make more acceptable, it means to make unnecessary …

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  • 22obviate — ob·vi·ate || É‘bvɪeɪt / É’b v. remove an obstacle in advance; prevent; eliminate or deal with a potential problem or hardship …

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  • 23obviate — [ ɒbvɪeɪt] verb 1》 remove (a need or difficulty). 2》 avoid; prevent. Derivatives obviation noun Origin C16 (earlier (ME) as obviation): from late L. obviat , obviare prevent …

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  • 24obviate — v. a. Preclude, prevent, turn aside, remove, provide against …

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  • 25obviate — v preclude, forestall, prevent, hinder, avert, Archaic. forfend; intercept, obstruct; avoid, ward off, stave off, fend off, divert; rid, Sl. ditch …

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  • 26obviate — ob·vi·ate …

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  • 27obviate — ob•vi•ate [[t]ˈɒb viˌeɪt[/t]] v. t. at•ed, at•ing to anticipate and prevent or render unnecessary by effective measures • Etymology: 1590–1600; < L obviātus, ptp. of obviāre to act contrary to, der. of obvius; see obvious, ate I ob′vi•a•ble,… …

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  • 28obviate —   v.t. anticipate and so avoid the need for …

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  • 29obviate — v.tr. get round or do away with (a need, inconvenience, etc.). Derivatives: obviation n. Etymology: LL obviare oppose (as OB , via way) …

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  • 30obviate a danger — advance in spite of a risk, make progress in spite of danger …

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  • 31obviate a difficulty — remove an obstacle …

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  • 32Operation Obviate — Part of Battle of the Atlantic (1939–1945) The Tirpitz …

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  • 33Obviated — Obviate Ob vi*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Obviated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Obviating}.] [L. obviare; ob (see {Ob }) + viare to go, fr. via way. See {Voyage}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To meet in the way. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Not to stir a step to obviate any… …

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  • 34Obviating — Obviate Ob vi*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Obviated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Obviating}.] [L. obviare; ob (see {Ob }) + viare to go, fr. via way. See {Voyage}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To meet in the way. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Not to stir a step to obviate any… …

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  • 35Obviative — Obviate (abbreviated obv) third person person is a grammatical person marking that distinguishes a non salient (obviative) third person referent from a more salient (proximate) third person referent in a given discourse context. The obviative is… …

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  • 36obviation — obviate ► VERB 1) remove (a need or difficulty). 2) avoid; prevent. DERIVATIVES obviation noun. ORIGIN Latin obviare, from via way …

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  • 37Ojibwe grammar — The Ojibwe language is an Algonquian American Indian language spoken throughout the Great Lakes region and westward onto the northern plains. It is one of the largest American Indian languages north of Mexico in terms of number of speakers, and… …

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  • 38Manual labour — Detail from Labor, Charles Sprague Pearce (1896). Manual labour (British English), manual labor (American English) or manual work is physical work done by people, most especially in contrast to that done by machines, and also to that done by… …

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  • 39prevent — 1 Prevent, anticipate, forestall can mean to be or get ahead of or to deal with beforehand, with reference especially to a thing s due time or to its actual occurrence or to the action of another. Prevent implies frustration (as of an intention… …

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  • 40Тирпиц (линейный корабль) — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Тирпиц (значения). «Тирпиц» Tirpitz …

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