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Synonyms for compensate

make amends

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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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Summary: Canon Middle East announced today the development of Hybrid Image Stabilizer (IS), the world's first* optical Image Stabilizer which compensates for both angular camera shake and shift camera shake.
Any such agreement, however, must compensate the employee at least as generously as they would be compensated under the FLSA.
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.
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).
To compensate for insulin resistance, the body secretes more and more, but it can't keep up.
In this case, no new areas of heightened neural activity compensate for the effects of sleepiness.
In the Adlerian model, individuals compensate to deal with some felt inferiority.
Many of these men have since developed radiation-induced illnesses and some have died of these illnesses, but the United States refuses to compensate all but a few of the men and their families.
WASHINGTON, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Although intended to protect the value of trust funds established by bankrupt companies to compensate asbestos claimants, an amendment to the Bankruptcy Code proposed by the Manville Trust will sap available resources, a House subcommittee was told today.
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.
Summary: BEIRUT: Lebanese apple exporters called on the Lebanese state Monday to compensate them for losses incurred during the Egyptian revolt that has all but shut down that country's economy over the last two weeks.
In the 1990s the UK and Australian governments decided to compensate the Prisoners of War who were held in the Far East and rightly so, but some three years ago, following a lengthy enquiry, the Australian government recognised the fact that their Prisoners of War in Europe also suffered and they to were compensated.
In fact, a majority of REITs have already made dramatic changes or are in the process of addressing changes in their compensation programs to include pay-for-performance (PFP) features to compensate their top executives, the firm reports.
A civil penalty imposed to encourage prompt compliance with law, or as a remedial measure to compensate a third party for expenses resulting from the violation, does not serve the same purpose as a criminal fine and is outside of Sec.