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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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So quick was the Tribunal to compensate itself and the nation for a chance lost, that these five came down to him before he left the place, condemned to die within twenty-four hours.
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.
This compensates for downward angle, allowing you to use a laser rangefinder directly on deer without the need to aim low on the target.
"It is nevertheless important that any such scheme fairly compensates all the users."
Key statement: The shock absorber includes a flee floating pressure tube that is able to expand or contract axially without breaking a seal, a hybrid piston rod with a shaft of one material that compensates for differing thermal expansions and a cap of another material that absorbs axial forces, a unique rod guide assembly with a biasing member that compensates for differing thermal expansion, and a unique cylinder end assembly with a biasing member made from springs, a rubber block or pressurized gas.
An IR edge detector for opaque films and light nonwovens has a new two-beam feature that compensates for dust.
The 294-foot, aluminum-hulled catamaran, above, has a crew of only 42 personnel, but automation compensates for the reduced manning.
This continually compensates for changes in the system.