- v do away with
- v prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening
- s made impossible
- These objectives were to be taken if possible, said the British, "with a view to obviating needless strife and bloodshed.
- In the future, they'll scan relevant databases to pluck out the information you need, obviating the step where you poke through thousands of links trying to find some useful ones.
- Other factors contributed: the renovation of the north-south Grand Canal, for one, facilitated grain transport and other internal commerce in gentle inland waters, obviating the .
- P Chidambaram in Press Trust of India
The new arrangement will bring all the existing bilateral air services agreements between EU member states and India in line with the European Commission law at one go, thereby obviating any threat of legal challenge,Finance Minister P...
- Robert Kagan in U.S. News & World Report (blog)
It is important that mature and dependable nuclear powers like Russia and the United States make available to all countries both nuclear fuel and reprocessing of used nuclear materials in a secure and internationally supervised manner, obviating... Tom Lantos http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Lantos&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEMgnLJsVrwVsjgPjKq5cBfIViKvw ForexTV.com http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.forextv.com/FT/AFX/ShowStory.jsp%3Fseq%3D204180&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE6tZany_vNeeT3kKQJbqpfLP10iw Feb 21, 2007
69100 92093 obviating There's a lot of kerfuffle in the United States about what happens to captured terrorists when they enter the American legal system. The Obama administration, to some extent, is obviating that problem by assassinating them more frequently than the...