The meaning of the word Commensurate is: in proportion; equal


You will get a salary increase commensurate with your additional responsibilities and work.

published by Patrick on 2021-04-05 19:01:48

A punishment of 10 years in prison with hard labor for stealing a loaf of bread is not commensurate with the crime.

published by Carolyne on 2021-05-29 22:37:16

UPS and FedEx will hire thousands of seasonal employees commensurate to the increased volume in orders during the holiday season.

published by Maragret on 2021-06-16 12:39:57

Because Albert is a smart young man, I think he should quit working in fast food and find a career commensurate with his high IQ.

published by Lala on 2021-08-22 12:24:55

We have overcrowded classrooms and a poor-quality learning experience because our government does not allocate funding commensurate with the actual cost of properly educating our students.

published by Eileen on 2021-07-21 07:38:09

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