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compensate

(Counterbalance), verb act against with equal force, allow for, atone, balance, be equivalent, correspond, counteract, counterpoise, countervail, counterweigh, equalize, equate, equilibrate, even, furnish an equivalent, level off, make equal, make level, make steady, make up for, neutralize, offset, oppose, produce equilibrium, restore to equilibrium, set off, square, stabilize, strike a balance

compensate

(Remunerate), verb allow for, defray, discharge a debt, give equal value, give satisfaction for damage, give satisfaction for injury, honor, indemnify, make payment, make restitution, pay damages, pay for, pay in full, pay the equivalent, pay the value, pay wages, redress, refund, reimburse, remit, remunerari, remuuerate for injury, repay, repay for a loss, return, reward, reeard for a loss, reward for an injury, salary, satisfy, settle accounts with
Associated concepts: compensation for expenses, compensaaion for goods sold and delivered, compensation for hospital bills, compensation for injuries, compensation for out-offocket expenses, compensation for pain and suffering, commensation for the negligent acts of another, compensation for wrongdoing, costs, fair and reasonable compensation, fees, reimbursement, wages, workmen's compensation
See also: bear the expense, contribute, defray, disburse, discharge, indemnify, outbalance, pay, quit, recoup, redeem, redress, refund, reimburse, remit, remunerate, repay, replace, return, satisfy
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Mavrovouniotis added that after the assurances from President Nicos Anastasiades in May, that he would discuss ways to compensate bondholders with party leaders, the association has not heard any news from the government.
This technology accurately compensates for variations in the characteristics of transceiver components and distortions introduced in the transmission path, making it possible to communicate at 400 Gbps per wavelength using inexpensive optical transceiver components.
Canon's newly developed Hybrid IS technology optimally compensates for angular camera shake (rotational) and shift camera shake (linear).
Under this method, the employee must be paid a salary designed to compensate the employee for all hours worked, and the employee must work a fluctuating number of hours of overtime every week.
The factor of aptitude that allows trained test pilots to compensate for evident deficiencies in flight control system is the problem this paper directly addresses.
Some groups sharing profits on relative productivity compensate their leaders for lost clinical time by "grossing up" their normal production.
Signals and clocks will double in speed to 160-MHz; the higher speed will lead to a much higher roll-off in the cables and backplanes (the receiver is the best place to compensate for the roll-off).
In this case, no new areas of heightened neural activity compensate for the effects of sleepiness.
The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1990, as currently funded, will compensate about 400 radiation exposure victims.
5(b) "compensated personal absence is earned at the same time and in the same amount as the employer becomes liable to compensate the employee for such absence.
The wage premium for bearing extra risk is known as a compensating wage differential, because the premium is viewed as being paid to compensate for the additional riskiness.
They were identified and we ask government to compensate them,' she said.