Word: compensates

Category: compensates

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Synonyms: compensates

make amends, make up, make reparation, recompense, atone, requite, pay, expiate, make good, rectify, repay, pay back, reimburse, remunerate, recoup, indemnify, balance (out), counterbalance, counteract, offset, make up for, cancel out, neutralize, negative, pay off, redress, right, correct, cover, overcompensate, repair, even up, even out, even off

Translations: compensates

spanish
compensa, se compensa, compensa con, compensa en


german
entschädigt, ersetzt, vergütet

french
compense

italian
compensa, supplisce, supplisca, si compensa

portuguese
compensa, compensa seu, compensa seu tamanho, compense, compensa as

dutch
compenseert, gecompenseerd, compenseert ze

russian
компенсирует

norwegian
kompenserer, kompensasjon av, kompenserer systemet

swedish
kompenserar, Kompenserar i

finnish
kompensoi, Kompensoi valotusta, korjaus Korjaa

danish
kompenserer, opvejes, udligner, kompenseres, kompenseres dette i

czech
kompenzuje, Opravuje, Vyrovnává

polish
kompensuje, zrekompensowane, Kompensacja, kompensację

hungarian
kompenzál, ellensúlyozására, ellensúlyozza, kompenzálja, ellensúlyozni

turkish
gidermektedir, düzeltir, dengeler, Tazminat, dengeleyiniz

greek
αντισταθμίζει, αποζημιώνει

ukrainian
компенсує, компенсируют

albanian
kompenson

bulgarian
компенсира

belarusian
кампенсуе, кампэнсуе

estonian
kompenseerima, kompenseerib, hüvitab kahju

croatian
kompenzira, nadoknađuje, kompenziranost, kompenzira se

icelandic
bætir, Aðhæfing, heldur á móti, bÃ|tir, bætir upp

lithuanian
Kompensuoja

latvian
kompensē, atsver, izlīdzina, apmaksā, atlīdzina

macedonian
надоместува, компензира, компензирање, компензација, го компензира

romanian
compensează, compensate, compenseaza

slovenian
izravnati

slovak
kompenzuje, kompenzovať, vyrovnáva, sa kompenzuje

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The meaning and "use of": compensates

verb
  • give (someone) something, typically money, in recognition of loss, suffering, or injury incurred; recompense.
  • make up for (something unwelcome or unpleasant) by exerting an opposite force or effect.

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