compensate, counterbalance, correct, make up, even out, even off, even up(verb)
"engineers will work to correct the effects or air resistance"
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compensate, recompense, repair, indemnify(verb)
make amends for; pay compensation for
"One can never fully repair the suffering and losses of the Jews in the Third Reich"; "She was compensated for the loss of her arm in the accident"
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cover, compensate, overcompensate(verb)
make up for shortcomings or a feeling of inferiority by exaggerating good qualities
"he is compensating for being a bad father"
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right, compensate, redress, correct(verb)
make reparations or amends for
"right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"
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pay, pay off, make up, compensate(verb)
do or give something to somebody in return
"Does she pay you for the work you are doing?"
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compensate, recompense, remunerate(verb)
make payment to; compensate
"My efforts were not remunerated"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To repay or to retaliate, to punish or to reward, may be to make some return very inadequate to the benefit or injury received, or the right or wrong done; but to requite (according to its etymology) is to make so full and adequate a return as to quit oneself of all obligation of favor or hostility, of punishment or reward. Requite is often used in the more general sense of recompense or repay, but always with the suggestion, at least, of the original idea of full equivalent; when one speaks of requiting kindness with ingratitude, the expression gains force from the comparison of the actual with the proper and appropriate return. Compare PAY.
To requite injury with injury is human, but not Christian.
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How to use compensate in a sentence?
But it would not compensate (for) the loss of the parent from the children and the stability of the relationship within the family.
In many transitions we need to compensate the losers, if we do not, they will fight hand and tooth to resist any carbon price. It might be better to buy them out.
From the outset, we’ve accepted responsibility for the two deeply regrettable operational spills in Bodo, we’ve always wanted to compensate the community fairly and we are pleased to have reached agreement.
This will more than compensate for the decline on the military side.
We are going to give (the telephone companies) school and government walls to paint their brand logos on to compensate them.
Translations for compensate
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- компенсирам, обезщетявамBulgarian
- [[eine]] [[Kompensation]] [[zahlen]], kompensierenGerman
- korvata, kompensoida, hyvittääFinnish
- dìolScottish Gaelic
- לפצות, לתגמלHebrew
- kártalanít, kompenzál, kárpótol, ellensúlyozHungarian
- возмещать, компенсировать, возместитьRussian
- nadòknaditi, kompenzírati, nadòmjestitiSerbo-Croatian
- zararını karşılamak, telafi etmekTurkish
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