Learn how to say Mitigative correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word mitigate:
make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful:
drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem
lessen the gravity of (an offence or mistake):
(as adjective mitigating)
he would have faced a prison sentence but for mitigating circumstances
late Middle English: from Latin mitigat- ‘softened, alleviated’, from the verb mitigare, from mitis ‘mild’
The verbs mitigate and militate do not have the same meaning, although the similarity of the forms leads many people to confuse them. Mitigate means ‘make (something bad) less severe’, as in drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem, while militate is nearly always used in constructions with against to mean ‘be a powerful factor in preventing’, as in these disagreements will militate against the two communities coming together.