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facilitates, 3rd person singular present; facilitating, present participle; facilitated, past tense; facilitated, past participle;
Make (an action or process) easy or easier
- schools were located on the same campus to
the sharing of resources
make easier; "you could facilitate the process by sharing your knowledge"
help: be of use; "This will help to prevent accidents"
increase the likelihood of (a response); "The stimulus facilitates a delayed impulse"
To make easy or easier; To help bring about; To preside over (a meeting, a seminar)
(Facilitates) the transfer of files, or other art to the printer.
(Facilitating) BLI is not a traditional university or business-training organization. It is an infomediary, enabling customer power by encouraging feedback and pressing for innovation.
1. to make easier. 2. to reduce the effort necessary in making something possible. From the Latin facilis, easy to do.
v. (of an object, a process, etc but not of a person) make (sth) easy or less difficult
Don't "facilitate" a meeting; "help lead" or "conduct" it instead.
To make easy or easier; help; guide. faring: Condition or status, as in, "He fared well during the journey."
Conduct or oversee, as in Who'll facilitate today's meeting?
to, v. t. saukha karna ; sukhala karna ; sahal karna ;
(2h)[B], POs away, FOs down, hands are held low and circle repeatedly as if pushing something forward.
(v) cеŋilеtirgе, sıntıl etеrgе
(verb) to make easier
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