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facilitate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make simple or simpler: governmental agreements that facilitated troop withdrawals.
    • to create easy or simpler: governmental agreements that facilitated troop withdrawals.
    • To make easy or much easier; to without difficulty or impediment; to minimize the labor of.
    • which will make easy or much easier; to clear of difficulty or obstacle; to reduce the labor of.
    • which will make effortless or easier: governmental agreements that facilitated troop distributions.
    • to produce effortless or much easier; to clear of difficulty or impediment; to minimize the labor of.
  • verb:
    • to create easy or easier.
    • to assist result in
    • To preside over (a meeting, a seminar)
    • to create effortless or much easier.
    • to assist bring about
    • make easier
    • increase the odds of (a reply)
    • be useful
    • To preside over (a gathering, a seminar)
    • make much easier
    • raise the odds of (an answer)
    • be of good use
    • which will make effortless or much easier.
    • to simply help bring about
    • To preside over (a meeting, a seminar)
    • make simpler
    • boost the odds of (a reply)
    • be of use
  • others:
    • In order to make easy; render less complicated; free wholly or partially from trouble or impediment; lessen the work of: as, to facilitate mastering by appropriate appliances.
    • to create easy; render much easier; free wholly or partially from difficulty or impediment; minimize the labor of: as, to facilitate mastering by suitable appliances.
    • In order to make easy; render much easier; no-cost wholly or partly from trouble or obstacle; decrease the labor of: as, to facilitate discovering by suitable devices.
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