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Synonyms for compensate

make amends


Synonyms for compensate

to act as an equalizing weight or force to

to give payment to in return for goods or services rendered

to give a satisfactory return to

Synonyms for compensate

make amends for

make up for shortcomings or a feeling of inferiority by exaggerating good qualities

do or give something to somebody in return

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make payment to

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The post Compensating bondholders entails moral hazard, fiscal watchdog warns appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Once the risks have been ranked and documented, the next step is to provide an architecture that includes processes, technologies and compensating controls to improve the security posture of the organization.
The observation that test pilots may not be able to gauge how much they are compensating is not as obvious as it seems.
These analyses would have come out differently if the purpose had been to compare the cost to the employer of nonqualified deferred compensation with the cost of compensating the executive directly.
Taxpayers are wary that some treaty partners will not recognize the effect of a compensating adjustment.
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.
We will not let Boeing simply wipe this slate clean without compensating the employees.
Transmitter pre-compensation with cutback: This is an open-loop method of compensating for some of the signal loss that is most severe on the first part of a signal's transition.
This is all accomplished while- compensating, the primary care physician only a farthing and flooding him or her with a blizzard of paper and phone calls.