- make easier
- make easier
- provide physical relief, as from pain
- When I have migraines, aspirin doesn't alleviate the pain for me.
- This will improve the profitability of the Community industry and alleviate the threat of further closures.
- Payments under the Act allow the entitled power plants to alleviate the burden of costs incurred.
- The imposition of anti-dumping measures would alleviate the effects of such unfair price pressure.
- These devices and physical aids are intended to compensate or alleviate an injury or a handicap.
- Measures to alleviate the financial consequences of prohibiting the use of the comprehensive guarantee
- Measures to alleviate the financial consequences of prohibiting the use of the comprehensive guarantee.
- This was to alleviate the yard’s vulnerability to fluctuations on the shipbuilding market.
- Therefore, the tariff is not proportional to the regional handicaps it allegedly seeks to alleviate.
- Measures to alleviate the financial consequences of prohibiting use of the comprehensive guarantee
- The imperfections of the market for electricity in Sardinia constitute a regional handicap, which the tariff seeks to alleviate.
- The participant shall at all times implement the following management principles to alleviate risks to its system:
- Aid must sustainably contribute to regional development and be proportional to the handicaps it seeks to alleviate.
- The Italian and Irish authorities did not bring forward any elements in order to alleviate those doubts.
- He or she shall also issue a decision on the measures to alleviate the effects of the illness or disability.