[mod-uh-rey-shuh n] /ˌmɒd əˈreɪ ʃən/
the quality of being ; restraint; avoidance of extremes or excesses; temperance.
the act of .
moderations, British. the first public examinations at Oxford University for the B.A. degree in mathematics or in classics.
in moderation, without excess; moderately; temperately:
to drink in moderation.
short for Honour Moderations
the state or an instance of being moderate; mildness; balance
the act of moderating
in moderation, within moderate or reasonable limits
early 15c., from Old French moderacion (14c.) “alteration, modification; mitigation, alleviation,” from Latin moderationem (nominative moderatio) “a controlling, guidance, government, regulation; moderation, temperateness, self-control,” noun of action from moderatus (see moderate (adj.)).
adjective moderating, tempering; to a moderate degree Word Origin moderate + -ive
[mod-uh-rah-toh] /ˌmɒd əˈrɑ toʊ/ adjective, Music. 1. moderate; in moderate time. /ˌmɒdəˈrɑːtəʊ/ adverb (music) 1. at a moderate tempo 2. (preceded by a tempo marking) a direction indicating that the tempo specified is to be used with restraint: allegro moderato
[mod-uh-rey-ter] /ˈmɒd əˌreɪ tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a person who presides over a panel discussion on radio or television. 3. a member of an online message board or electronic mailing list with privileges and responsibilities to approve or reject messages and uphold the terms of service. 4. a presiding […]
- Modern apprenticeship
noun 1. an arrangement that allows a school leaver to gain vocational qualifications while being trained in a job