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Synonyms for proportion

Synonyms for proportion

relative intensity or amount, as of a quality or attribute

satisfying arrangement marked by even distribution of elements, as in a design

the amount of space occupied by something

Synonyms for proportion

magnitude or extent

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balance among the parts of something

the relation between things (or parts of things) with respect to their comparative quantity, magnitude, or degree

harmonious arrangement or relation of parts or elements within a whole (as in a design)

give pleasant proportions to

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adjust in size relative to other things

References in classic literature ?
I have spoken of several large gifts to the school; but by far the greater proportion of the money that has built up the institution has come in the form of small donations from persons of moderate means.
ISLAMABAD -- Shocked by serious discrepancies in voter-to-population proportions across the country, the Free and Fair Election Network (Fafen) has called for age-wise data of population to determine the exact number of citizens eligible to vote in the next general elections.
The data, published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), also shows a hike in the proportions gaining a first or 2:1, with three in four achieving the benchmark in 2016-17.
Width dimensions were quantified by geometric proportions, related to each other and compared with golden proportion, recurring esthetic dental proportion (RED) and golden percentage.
5,12,13) Constant efforts are going on in developing new dental software such as the Phi Dental to determine the dental proportions digitally.
The Recipe Effect references the interplay between feeding accuracy and recipe proportions, and has everything to do with the fact that feeding accuracy is based on the flow rate of an individual ingredient, whereas recipe proportions (and their associated statistically based Q/A tolerance limits) reference the total formulation stream.
Geronimus and Korenman (1992) find that urban areas tend to have larger proportions of teen mothers.
Using Demographic and Health Surveys and similar national surveys for developing nations, the researchers tabulated the proportions of women who were using modern methods to avoid pregnancy and those who had unmet need.
Despite the lack of clear variation in the proportions of those unsympathetic to the demonstrations between the different educational levels, the proportion of sympathizers climbs with increasing levels of education, while the proportion of those unable to determine their attitudes decreases.
The proportions of DHA in plasma, blood cells, breast milk, and tissues are substantially lower in vegans and vegetarians compared with omnivores.
In the same period the Land Bank of Taiwan, Union Bank of Taiwan, EnTie Commercial Bank, and Bank of Panshin all saw such proportions drop to below 40% from above 50%.
In the oldest age group, a higher proportion of men than women had completed tertiary education (21% for men and 18% for women); in the middle age group proportions were nearly equal (24% for men and 25% for women); and in the youngest age group a higher proportion of women than men had completed tertiary education (26% for men and 34% for women).
5 : size, shape, or extent of something <It was a crisis of large proportions.
Between 1991 and 2007, the proportion of students who had ever had sex decreased, as did the proportions of those who had had four or more partners during their life and who had had sex at least once in the three months before the survey.