• Definition for "countervail"
    • to behave against with equal power; counteract.
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countervail definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to behave against with equal power; counteract.
    • to pay for; offset.
    • to behave against with equal power, energy, or impact; to thwart or overcome by these types of activity; to provide an equivalent to or even for; to counterbalance; to compensate.
    • To act against with equal force; counteract.
    • to pay for; offset.
    • to behave against with equal force, energy, or result; to thwart or overcome by these types of action; to provide an equivalent to and for; to counterbalance; to pay.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to behave against an often damaging impact or energy.
    • to do something against an often damaging influence or energy.
  • verb:
    • to truly have the exact same worth as.
    • To counteract, counterbalance or neutralize.
    • to pay for.
    • to really have the exact same worth as.
    • oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions
    • To counteract, counterbalance or neutralize.
    • compensate for or counterbalance
    • to pay for.
    • oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions
    • make up for or counterbalance
  • noun:
    • Power or price enough to obviate any effect; equal fat, energy, or worth; comparable; compensation; requital.
    • Counterbalancing power or fat sufficient to obviate or counteract any result; equal efficacy or worth; payment; requital.
    • Power or price adequate to obviate any result; equal body weight, power, or value; equivalent; settlement; requital.
    • Counterbalancing energy or weight enough to obviate or counteract any impact; equal effectiveness or value; settlement; requital.
  • others:
    • to do something against or antagonize with equal force or energy; work or avail with equivalent impact against; counteract.
    • therefore to-be or furnish an equivalent of or a compensation for; make good; offset.
    • to behave against or antagonize with equal force or energy; work or avail with comparable result against; counteract.
    • ergo becoming or furnish an equivalent of or a compensation for; make great; offset.
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