• Definition for "compensate"
    • To counterbalance; counterbalance.
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compensate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To counterbalance; counterbalance.
    • To make satisfactory payment or reparation to; recompense or reimburse: control compensated united states the time we worked.
    • To support the purchasing power of (a monetary device) by changing the gold content so that you can counterbalance cost variants.
    • to help make equal return to; to remunerate; to recompense; to offer an equivalent to; to requite suitably.
    • to-be equivalent in price or impact to; to counterbalance; in order to make up for; which will make amends for.
    • To counterbalance; counterbalance.
    • to produce satisfactory repayment or reparation to; recompense or reimburse: Management compensated us for time we worked.
    • To stabilize the purchasing power of (a monetary unit) by switching the silver content in order to counterbalance cost variations.
    • to help make equal go back to; to remunerate; to recompense; to give an equivalent to; to requite suitably.
    • become comparable in worth or impact to; to counterbalance; to help make up for; to produce amends for.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To serve as or supply a replacement or counterbalance.
    • to create amends; to supply an equivalent; -- followed closely by for.
    • To act as or provide a substitute or counterbalance.
    • to create amends; to supply an equivalent; -- followed closely by for.
  • verb:
    • to cover or encourage somebody in exchange for work done or other consideration.
    • which will make up for; to complete some thing instead of another thing; to correct, satisfy; to achieve an agreement so that the machines tend to be virtually or (metaphorically) balanced; to equalize or make even.
    • To adjust or adjust to an alteration; often a poor, (harmful, or depriving) or undesired one.
    • make payment to; compensate
    • make up for shortcomings or a feeling of inferiority by exaggerating good qualities
    • do or offer one thing to somebody in exchange
    • adjust for
    • make reparations or amends for
    • make amends for; pay settlement for
    • to cover or encourage somebody in exchange for work done or some other consideration.
    • which will make up for; to complete one thing rather than something else; to improve, fulfill; to reach an agreement in a way that the scales tend to be virtually or (metaphorically) balanced; to equalize or make even.
    • to modify or conform to a big change; usually an adverse, (harmful, or depriving) or unwanted one.
    • make repayment to; compensate
    • make up for shortcomings or a sense of inferiority by exaggerating great qualities
    • do or offer some thing to a person inturn
    • adjust for
    • make reparations or amends for
    • make amends for; pay compensation for
  • others:
    • to provide a substitute of equal price to; offer an equivalent to; recompense: since, to pay a laborer for his work or a merchant for his losings.
    • to help make up for; counterbalance; make amends for.
    • In mech., to create to be able to impact payment for the link between variants of temperature. See payment, 4.
    • Synonyms Recompense, Remunerate, an such like. (identify indemnify), reward.
    • To supply or serve as an equivalent; make amends; atone: followed by concerning: since, what can make up for the loss of honor?
    • To give a replacement of equal worth to; give an equivalent to; recompense: since, to compensate a laborer for his work or a merchant for his losses.
    • to create up for; counterbalance; make amends for.
    • In mech., to create to be able to impact settlement for link between variants of heat. See settlement, 4.
    • Synonyms Recompense, Remunerate, an such like. (see indemnify), reward.
    • To supply or act as an equivalent; make amends; atone: accompanied by for: because, so what can compensate for the increasing loss of honor?
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