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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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In Nigeria, farmers are partially compensated for loss of poultry; however, in the United States, farmers who are part of the USDA program are fully compensated for loss of poultry and equipment.
Individuals serving on the ASB are compensated for their time and are reimbursed for travel expenses.
An employee who spends 30 minutes once a month cleaning a weapon need not be compensated for that activity.
It is at least equally plausible that Americans increasingly joined clubs because they had more time and resources to do so, because these clubs were fun, and because clubs augmented their lives rather than compensated for losses elsewhere.
And when we removed the lenses, [the chicks'] eyes quickly compensated for their absence.
Fewer than 5 of 10 chiefs of staff (46 percent) are compensated for their duties (table 1, page 24).
While neither Raymond Gilmartin of Merck, nor Alan Lacy of Sears Roebuck, received any separation payments, both continue to be compensated for duties pursuant to their respective agreements.
73-580 that compensated for "services performed in connection with a corporate merger.
Judge Quealy stated: "Any economic disadvantage which petitioner may have sustained was not as a result of any casualty loss not being compensated for by insurance but rather was as a result of his choosing not to accept the funds available in compensation for any casualty loss.
We are delighted that the workers will finally be fairly compensated for their long hours of work on Farmers' behalf.